Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Later this year, I got the final DLC in a new episode called Trunks: The Warrior Of Hope.
After two DLC episodes that remained true to Dragon Ball Super anime, the next and final chapter of the game returns to some old-fashioned classic Dragon Ball content.
DLC 3 is heading for a future timeline, 13 years after Android 17, where Android 17 and Android 18 will kill the best fighters on the planet … Except for Gohan and Trunks. Check out the movie trailers that showcase what you can expect from the last bit of the RPG DLC below.
In the trailer, you’ll see that fighters such as Piccolo, Tien Shinhan, and Krillin have been beaten, and adult Gohan and Trunks are ready to regain the fight on Android.
Other than that, it doesn’t give much insight into what you can expect from the last part of the game’s DLC.
Story DLC is set to launch “Summer 2021” and will arrive in-game along with some other items, including cooking items that can increase HP and defense (in a big battle with Android). I’m sure it will be useful).
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot sold more than 1.5 million units as of February 2020. We called Kakarot “the best way to experience a classic story,” but the game was disappointed by pedestrians, bland area design, and dirty combat.
If you want to make your Dragon Ball content a little more action-oriented, you’ll also notice that Dragon Ball Fighters will get the Gogeta SS4 later this week.