Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Gets New Gameplay, Trailer and Screenshots

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Gets New Gameplay, Trailer and Screenshots

All the Dragon Ball Z Kakarot gameplay from TGS 2019, including a stage event with Ryo Horikawa voicing Vegeta live.

Bandai Namco revealed plenty of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot gameplay during Tokyo Game Show 2019, from September 12 to 15. A new trailer was also published by Bandai Namco Japan. The trailer shows the same footage as the Gamescom 2019 trailer but running in a newer build of the game and with an additional scene at the end.

We’ve also included below all the gameplay revealed at Tokyo Game Show 2019. In particular, there was a Bandai Namco stage event on September 14 where Vegeta’s seiyuu Ryo Horikawa voiced some of Vegeta’s lines in the game live. They also showed some Vegeta gameplay there. It’s pretty nice as it shows the game’s first-person view when flying, which also lets you detect items and stuff easily.

You can find the screenshots gallery, the Dragon Ball Z Kakarot 2.5 Japanese trailer and the gameplay videos embedded below.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will cover everything from Radditz to Buu arc. The game’s story also has fishing, eating, and multiple original characters and scenes appearing in its story. The game will even feature wacky things like the anime filler episode with Goku and Piccolo getting their driver license.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on January 17, 2020. You can pre-order the game now over on Amazon. You can also take a look at the Limited Edition.



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