Dragon Ball Z Kakarot: The DLC fans have been waiting for is confirmed!

Bandai Namco has just unveiled the Bardock DLC Launch Trailer – Alone With Fate. In this final video before the fateful release of this new episode this Friday, January 13, we discover the places to explore and some new enemies who will stand in front of the father of Goku and Raditz, DBZ version. Because we don’t forget that the promise of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is to only deal with content from the DBZ animated series.

Except no! Because since last week, the next and 5th DLC of our favorite action RPG had started to leak on the net, in the form of a rumor. We were told that the next Season Pass 2 DLC would offer us a return to basics, with a 90° turn to the old days of the Dragon Ball anime. This is confirmed today by the launch trailer for Bardock’s DLC, which ends with an image that leaves no room for doubt: The silhouette of adult Goku with a turban and an umbrella clearly suggests that the next Dragon Ball 23rd World Martial Arts Championship DLC is confirmed.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot: 23rd Tenkaichi Budokai DLC Teaser

You may have recognized Goku in his traveler attire, returning from three years of training with Kami-sama in the Palace of God. And now that this next DLC is almost confirmed (let’s be careful), expect to rub shoulders with the greatest fighters of the time. Tenshinhan, Taopaipai, Piccolo, and a strange young woman all want Goku’s skin.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is a video game developed by CyberConnect2 (studio known for the .hack series, Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm, or Demon Slayer). It’s an Action-RPG that offers “an epic reinterpretation of Dragon Ball history” in which fans can relive the story of Saiyan Kakarot, better known as Son Goku, “like never before”. search for ever greater power. On the other hand, we are told about a journey that will lead him to defend the Earth against terrible enemies. DBZ Kakarot guides the player through the Saiyan, Frieza, Cyborg, Cell and Buu sagas, in a gigantic semi-open world rich in side quests, enough to discover some familiar faces.

The title was released in France on PlayStation 4, Xbox One; and PC via Steam on January 17, 2020, and on Nintendo Switch on September 24, 2021. Incidentally, the different versions of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot are to be discovered in a Standard, Deluxe, Ultimate and Collector’s Edition, offering vast freely explorable maps dotted with secondary missions and parallel objectives. Finally, you can find more information on the official site from Dragon Ball Z Kakarot.