Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Free Update Adds Gotenks and Vegito

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Free Update Adds Gotenks and Vegito

Everyone with Dragon Ball Z Kakarot might find it worthwhile to return. Bandai Namco added new content to the game. This time, it doesn’t cost money. The Dragon Ball Z Kakarot free update added two new characters, Gotenks and Vegito, and more difficulties. There are also screenshots showing off the new additions.

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When it comes to the characters, people will get some fusions. Gotenks combines Goten, Goku and Chi-Chi’s son, and Trunks, Vegita and Bulma’s son. The screenshots showed both Gotenks in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot and a quest pertaining to him. In A Little Healthy Competition, people can help Goten train for the fusion. Vegito is a Potara Earrings fusion between Goku and Vegita.

Some of this new content should look familiar to people who played on the Switch. The other versions of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot now get multiple difficulty levels too. As shown in the teaser image, easy, normal, and hard will be options.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is available for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The free Dragon Ball Z Kakarot update that adds Gotenks, Vegito, and new difficulties is out now.


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