Dragon Ball Z Kakarot’s DLC 6 Brings Back the End of ‘Z’

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All of the Dragon Ball Z fans out there who are also gamers should definitely be over the moon when it comes to the next DLC for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. That’s because the expansion will bring back the end of the Dragon Ball Z arc when Goku encountered Uub and decided to train him.

Back in the last several episodes of Dragon Ball Z, Goku, and the gang were astonished by the incredible powers of an Earthling. His name was Uub, and it wasn’t long before our heroes got their ducks in a row and realized who that mysterious boy actually was. He was none other than the reincarnation of Majin Buu, the most powerful villain that Goku & Co ever had to face until that moment.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot’s DLC will recreate those moments when Goku confronted Uub. The Saiyan hero didn’t use any transformations and had a lot of trouble fighting the mysterious young boy at the World Martial Arts Tournament.

We’re still waiting for DLC 5

Although there’s new information available regarding the sixth expansion of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot courtesy of Gamerant.com, there are still not many details available regarding DLC 5, which will adapt the 23rd Martial Arts Tournament into the game itself.

In the anime, Uub was a bit hesitant when it came to showing his true power to Goku, his opponent in the World Martial Arts Tournament. But it was the last straw when the beloved Saiyan started to insult Uub, which is very uncommon for Goku, by the way.

Do you prefer watching Goku vs. Uub in Dragon Ball Z or seeing the scenes recreated in a video game? Why not have the best of both worlds instead? That seems to be what the guys from CyberConnect 2 had in mind when they decided to establish DLC 6.

You can play Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot on a multitude of platforms, such as PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Windows PC.

Cristian Antonescu
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