Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Japan on January 16, 2020 for 7,600 yen, Bandai Namco announced on the Dragon Ball official website. The Xbox One version will be a digital-only release.
Early purchases of the game will include the following additional content:
- Early unlock of the training menu to fight against former Ginyu Force member Bonyu – Bonyu is a female warrior and former member of the Ginyu Force created by Akira Toriyama. While she was a famous warrior that Ginyu was at the head of scouting when the Ginyu Force was first formed, she hated “those poses” and left the group. Players can fight a virtual Bonyu, recreated based on data obtained from the Ginyu Force spaceship, in the Capsule Corporation’s training room.
- Sub-Story: “A Dangerous Party of Friends” – A story in which Goku’s friends throw him a party to celebrate his return from planet Yardrat, which is a story that was not depicted in the original work.
- Bento: “Happy Ultra Finest Quality Meat” – Increase your status by eating meals in the agme. This is a status up item that will let you progress with an advantage in the early parts of the game.
In the Americas and Europe, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in early 2020.
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