Fans constantly being in touch with Microsoft’s huge press conference for E3 2019 actually had a strong reason. “After being announced earlier this year, much information about Dragon Ball Game: Project Z was being kept under wraps. We didn’t even know the official title. But that’s all changed today as Microsoft officially unveiled the game’s title, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot with a stunning new trailer. Not only did it show off more of the game’s story, but showed off much of how the game plays too.”
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, along with its trailer and an official title has revealed that it is currently slated for a released in early 2020, though the fans were expecting a release this year itself.
This newest trailer also teases more of the story content as it seems to encapsulate from the Saiyan saga to the final battle against Freeza during the Namek saga. It looks like a mix of the games that have come from before, but the high flying ki blasts definitely paint it as a much different kind of beast from Dragon Ball games of franchise past. There seem to be 3D battles, something fans have wanted to return to the franchise since the Budokai Tenkaichi games, but there might be a greater focus on single player this time around. But if it’s anything like the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Stormgames, there will be a versus mode included in the package too. But that’s still all unconfirmed for now.
Mainly brought into development by CyberConnect2, the studio behind the Naruto Ultimate Ninja Stormgames,” Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is officially slated to release for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. “The Early 2020 release window seems unclear now, but more information will most likely be revealed the closer we go to its release. Dragon Ball Super currently airs its English dub on Adult Swim during the Toonami programming block on Saturday evenings. It is also available to stream on Funimation and Amazon Video. ”
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Sources: Cbr, Comicbook.