The recent update for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 reintroduces a fan favorite character, but it made for one particularly odd cutscene on top of everything else. The latest Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC, Legendary Pack 1, brought a ton of new content to the already packed title, something no one can really argue with.
One of the more major additions would be the return of Future Gohan in a brand new storyline. This has always been a popular rendition of Gohan's character and it is great to see this version alive and well, but with how far the series has gone since his first appearance, it is pretty weird to see him fighting on anywhere near the same level as Super Saiyan Blue Goku.
As cool as it is to see future Gohan return to make the big save and reunite with time patroller Trunks in the new Xenoverse storyline, it's an appearance that might raise some eyebrows. Even accepting that this version of Gohan hasn't been defeated yet, he's still far weaker than the past versions of Android 17 and 18. By the end of the of the Cell Saga, Trunks managed to handle both androids with ease, already placing him far above future Gohan in terms of power. Even if their opponent was a vanilla version of the movie villain Janemba, Gohan would be wiped out in an instant. Seeing as this version is granted extra power by Xenoverse's mad scientist Fu, Gohan's added firepower should amount to nothing.
While Janemba's exact power level is a little wonky due to his placement in Dragon Ball's exclusive movie canon, there's no way he could measure up to a Goku infused with god ki. It's arguable that not even a boost from Fu could push him to the level needed to take on such an opponent. It really does bring up the question that many fans have already been asking since his introduction: How powerful is Fu?
As crazy as all of this might sound, most Dragon Ball fans are used to the inconsistencies of Dragon Ball Xenoverse's power scaling by now. Trunks himself has been fighting on a level far beyond his own despite never having passed Super Saiyan 2. With an infinite number of timelines and a seemingly endless amount of parallel worlds, it's always arguable that a character can be more powerful than what fans recognize canonically. Bardock, a relatively weak character by the standards set by more recent Dragon Ball stories has continued to grow in terms of power, even reaching the level of Super Saiyan 3.
Dragon Ball's multiple timeline theories have always been a bit of a mess, but the series has always tried to keep things consistent as best it can. The Dragon Ball Xenoverse series focuses much more on this aspect of the franchise, however, meaning that the same inconsistencies can occur far more easily. If future Gohan died during his fight against the androids, there should be a halo over his head during this appearance. The window between the time Gohan loses his arm and the second battle was fairly small, so there couldn't have been time for him to pop into hell to assist his dad while the androids were terrorizing humanity. It's weird enough that Gohan appears with both arms, but only fights with one, although this could have something to do with age ratings rather than a visual oversight.
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