Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is out tomorrow worldwide on PS4, Xbox One, and PC and it could be the only big game launching this month. The game is a semi-open world Dragon Ball Z fighter/adventure that loosely follows the story of Goku throughout the classic anime series. Bandai Namco revealed Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will come with a heavy day one update which includes both 1.01 and 1.02 together.
We have received word that DBZ: Kakarot has been delayed in South Africa until 24 January 2020. The game is set to launch at retail next week but it will be available on digital storefronts from tomorrow.
The update comes in at 11 gigs. 1.01 adds “system features related to bonuses” while patch 1.02 improves loading times, adds fast travel to Korin Tower Summit and Capsule Corporation from the world map, adjusts “the entry fee of the Time Attack”, and adds sub-stories. The sub-stories will add extra chapters to the game to further expands on the Dragon Ball lore that Kakarot is trying to portray.
If you are picking up the game, be sure to download this day one update in order to experience the package as it is meant to be experienced.
DBZ: Kakarot is not your average Dragon Ball game. Instead, it is a full-fledged RPG with a story spanning the entire Dragon Ball Z series and most of its sagas including Raditz and the Buu saga. The game features an in-depth skill tree, side quests, fishing, cooking, stats buffs and has the promise of future chapters being added in as the months go by.
Take a look at the epic launch trailer down below. We added both the Japanese and English versions because we know it is better without dubs.
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