Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Director and Producer Share More on the DBZ Action-RPG in a New Interview Video

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Director and Producer Share More on the DBZ Action-RPG in a New Interview Video

Producer Ryosuke Hara and director Kazumi Kimoto shared more on what to expect from Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, the anticipated DBZ action-RPG.

The Dragon Ball franchise has had an excellent run of games lately thanks to titles like Dragon Ball FighterZ, but with the upcoming Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, players will get an entirely new story-driven experience to dive into while following the story of the one and only Goku.

A new video from publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment has been released following E3 2019 for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot featuring producer Ryosuke Hara and director Kazumi Kimoto to highlight more from the upcoming action-RPG. Specifically during the video, Hara and Kimoto spoke on their love of the franchise and how, with Kakarot, they want to give players a sense of Goku’s power and abilities, while also giving more insight into the action-RPG gameplay that the title will focus on.

We recently got our own hands-on time with Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot at E3 2019, and while we came away with some mixed feelings on the gameplay and open-world, so far Kakarot seems like an excellent adaptation of the beloved franchise thanks to its visuals and how it incorporates the series’ lore and characters.. We also had the chance to speak with Hara and Kimoto at E3 2019 to learn more about how the team approached the latest Dragon Ball Z game project, which you can read more of here.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC in early 2020, and you can pre-order the game now over on Amazon. For a closer look, you can check out the new video below from Bandai Namco featuring the game’s director and producer sharing more on the game:


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