Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot finally has a release date. Publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment announced during the Tokyo Game Show that the title will be headed to PC, Xbox One and PS4 on January 17, 2020.
Furthermore, pre-orders for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot are now live. Players eager to retrace Goku’s steps can choose from three separate editions.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Release Date
All Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot digital pre-orders come with a couple of goodies. These include a cooking Item that gives players permanent Melee ATK and HP stat boosts, a sub-quest, and an early unlock to a training menu that allows you to fight Bonyu, a new Character created by Akira Toriyama.
The standard edition of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot costs 59,99€ or your regional equivalent. The Ultimate Edition, going for 79,99€, includes a cooking item that gives characters permanent Ki-ATK and HP Stat boosts, alongside the game’s Season Pass. Two original episodes and a new story are included in the Season Pass.
Lastly, the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Ultimate Edition comes with everything in the Ultimate Edition alongside 11 additional songs from the anime and the Tao Pai Pai Pillar, both available in Spring 2020. This edition will set you back 89,99€. You can check out Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot on Steam and in the Tokyo Games Show trailer below.