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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot’s first DLC pits you against cat god Beerus

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot’s first DLC has been (partially) unveiled – it’s known as A New Power Awakes – Part 1, and it units you on a quest to tackle Beerus, Universe 7’s God of Destruction. He additionally occurs to be a cat.

Bandai Namco says the DLC brings characters and transformations from Dragon Ball Super, and that after you have it, you’ll be capable of entry the brand new content material from any level in the principle recreation’s storyline. You’ll want to coach with Beerus’ personal martial arts trainer, Whis, with a view to study the Super Saiyan God transformation and take down Beerus himself within the DLC’s unique new boss battle episode.

A New Power Awakens – Part 1 launches this spring, and it’ll be obtainable as a part of the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot season go. You’ll additionally be capable of buy it together with Part 2, when that piece of DLC launches later this 12 months, Bandai Namco says. The firm didn’t disclose any extra particulars about Part 2, so we’ll have to attend to search out out whether or not Beerus knuckles beneath or retains up together with his villain act for an additional outing.

As talked about above, you’ll be capable of entry the DLC from any level within the core Kakarot expertise, and when you do, you’ll be capable of use your newly acquired Super Saiyan God transformation all through the principle recreation’s storyline.

Of course, you can all the time simply use our listing of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot cheats with a view to sail by way of the sport’s many battles. If you’re questioning whether or not it’ll run in your PC, take a look at the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot system necessities.

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