DBZ Kakarot DLC 3 Trailer Reveals Trunks Story, Release Date

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC 3 is Future Trunks arc.

Bandai Namco revealed new details for the DBZ Kakarot DLC 3: Trunks The Warrior of Hope, revealing its contents and a release date.

The newest DBZ Kakarot DLC will be focusing on the alternate world where Goku died due to his heart illness, and with Android 17 and 18 ravaging the world. Only Trunks and his master Gohan remain as the earth’s warriors.

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DBZ Kakarot DLC 3 – Trunks The Warrior of Hope release date update (June 2, 2021)

Bandai Namco announced the Dragon Ball Z Kakaro Trunks DLC will be launching “Friday, June 11, 2021 (JST)”. In other words, this means the DLC should be available to download in America by June 10 midday. As June 11 Midnight JST will be 11 AM ET.

The DBZ Kakarot DLC 3 will be launching this June

The DLC is focusing on Trunks’ struggle against the Androids. This arc was depicted in one of the many Dragon Ball Z OVAs and is a really cool and awesome part overall, and a fan favorite. It’s not surprise Bandai Namco decided to pick this part as a DLC.

The Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC 3 was revealed at the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour on March 7. The 12 hours long stream included several tournaments, talk shows, art streams, and ton of content for fans. Multiple other announcements were made as well. Most notably the newest patch notes and details for Dragon Ball FighterZ, the DBZ fighting game by Arc System Works, were revealed.

DBZ Kakarot DLC 3 Announcement Trailer

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot was first launched on January 16, 2020. On PS4, PC, and Xbox One. It is the latest DB console game. Many fans await a DB next-gen game made specifically for PS5 or Xbox Series X.

As part of the Dragon Ball series, Dragon Ball Z Kakarot was a worldwide success and currently reached over five million copies sold. With 1.5 million copies sold in its first week. Overall the game is definitely nice for fans. As long as you are also used to the kind of JRPG which barely have direction during dialogue scenes.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot has amazingly good looking animated cutscenes recreating iconic moments of the manga and anime. Where you can tell a lot of the budget and effort went to. But besides that, the event scenes feel kinda lacking. You can read about the story parts, the action RPG battle system, and much more on Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot with our review. We’ll be sure to keep you updated when the official release date for the DBZ Kakarot DLC 3 is announced.

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Iyane Agossah

Living near Paris, Iyane is the head of Japanese content at DualShockers. You can reach him on Twitter at @A_iyane07

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