Dragon Ball Z Kakarot




Minimum System Requirements

Processor : Core i5-2nd Gen.
Graphics Card : 2 GB DDR3 Dx11
RAM : 4 GB
Setup Size : 33 GB
Genre : Action Role Playing
Release Year : 2020

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot


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Dragon Ball Z Kakarot  Doragon Bōru Zetto Kakarotto) is a semi open world action role-playing game developed by CyberConnect2 and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, based on the Dragon Ball franchise, released for Microsoft WindowsPlayStation 4, and Xbox One It was released on January 17, 2020. The game received generally mixed to positive reviews upon release and sold over 1.5 million copies in its first week of release. This game follows the main protagonist Goku and the Z-Fighters. Unlike most of the games in the franchise, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is both a role playing game and a fighting game. The player can do more than just battle their opponents, like fishing, collect Z orbs , eating, drive around with their hover Car , training and putting characters in soul emblems as if the player is part of the surrounding Dragon Ball world. The game follows the progression of Dragon Ball Z, while the player interacts with the surrounding world as the different playable characters. This allows the player to explore the world, complete side quests, and progress the story.


Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot currently follows the main story of the Dragon Ball Z series, with some new added moments.[8] The game is broken up into four storylines, beginning with the first chapter known as the Saiyan Saga, followed by the Namek Saga, continued with the Android Saga, during the Android Saga The player acquires their hover car and concluding with the Buu Saga. While following the story the player is also able to interact with the surrounding worlds, level up their character, and complete side missions. Through DLC, players are able to access other sagas. Currently available, is a retelling of the Battle of Gods Saga and the Resurrection ‘F’ Saga from Dragon Ball Super.

There are currently seven playable characters in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot that the player will guide throughout the story. These include GokuVegetaGohanPiccoloFuture TrunksGotenks, and Vegito.[9] As the player progresses through the game, they will unlock new characters to play.

In addition to the playable characters, the player will be able to select two supporting characters to aid in their battle each with their own special moves. These current characters include KrillinYamchaTien ShinhanChiatzouAndroid 18Goten, and Kid Trunks.[10]

The bosses that appear in-game include RaditzNappaVegetaCuiDodoriaZarbonGinyu ForceFriezaAndroid 19Android 20Android 18Android 17CellCell Jr.Pui PuiYakonDaburaMajin VegetaMajin BuuSuper BuuKid Buu, and Mira.[10] Bonyū (ボニュー), an original character designed by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama for the game, also appears as a boss.[11]

Downloadable content

In April 2020, Bandai Namco Entertainment announced the first DLC for the game titled A New Power Awakens – Part 1, with a scheduled release date of April 28. It follows Goku in his adventures after Dragon Ball Z and introduces characters and storylines from Dragon Ball Super. This allows the player to play as Goku and Vegeta in their Super Saiyan God transformations.[12] Its second DLC titled A New Power Awakens Part 2 , allows the player play as Goku and Vegeta in their Super Saiyan Blue transformations and includes original content that lets players battle 1000 enemies and Golden Frieza just like in the Resurrection ‘F’ Saga. This DLC must be bought with a Season Pass.

A free update was released on the October 27, 2020, giving us Dragon Ball Card Warriors. An online card battle game that allows you to play cards battles with people around the world. There will be a monthly event on the new card game.

A new story arc was announced to be released in 2021.[13] Other than the previously announced two episodes called A New Power Awakens – Part 1 and Part 2, Bandai hinted a new story for the 2021 year. People on YouTube hinted that the upcoming DLC pack will maybe follow the Tournament Of Power[14]


Aggregate score
Aggregator Score
Metacritic PC: 73/100[15]
PS4: 73/100[16]
XONE: 73/100[17]
Review scores
Publication Score
Destructoid 7/10[18]
Famitsu 34/40[19]
Game Informer 8/10[20]
GameRevolution 4/5 stars[22]
GameSpot 7/10[23]
GamesRadar+ 3/5 stars[21]
Hardcore Gamer 3/5 stars[24]
IGN 7/10[25]
PC Gamer (UK) 76%[26]
Hobby Consolas 85%[27]
Slant Magazine 2.5/5 stars [28]
Trusted Reviews 3.5/5 stars[29]

Kakarot received “fairly positive” reception. Metacritic awarded the game with scores of 73 for the PC version, 73 for PlayStation 4, and 73 for Xbox One.[15][16][17] IGN‘s Michael Saltzman gave Kakarot a score of 7, praising its combat and story presentation, but criticized its poor RPG elements.

Kakarot was awarded 7/10 in GameSpot‘s review, with Heidi Kemps saying that its “modern, semi-open approach to telling the saga of DBZ – despite some minor issues – is a good one.” Kemps concluded that “[i]f you’re looking for an enjoyable way to see the life and times of adult Goku through a new perspective, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will grant your wish.”[30]

The game was the second best-selling game during its first week on sale in Japan, with 89,537 copies being sold, behind Yakuza: Like a Dragon.[31] In the United Kingdom, Kakarot debuted at number one on the sales chart.[32]

In a conference call, Bandai Namco revealed that the game sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide, rendering it a commercial success.[33] As of March 10, 2020 the game has sold over 2 million copies combining total shipments and digital sales.[34]

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot was the best-selling game of January 2020 in the United States, and became the third highest-selling game in the Dragon Ball franchise, behind Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dragon Ball Z: Budokai.