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Here’s a First Look at Super Saiyan God Goku & Vegeta in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

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    Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Super Saiyan God Vegeta and Goku

    We recently learned about the new DLC coming to Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot that adds Super Saiyan God Goku and Vegeta. We now have a first look with scans from the latest issue of V-Jump. [Thanks, @DbsHype.]

    Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Super Saiyan God Vegeta and Goku

    The new Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC adds an original episode titled “A New Awakening (First Part)”. It starts out with Goku and Vegeta finding themselves on Beerus’ planet, where Whis appears and orders them to fight Beerus. The DLC content is playable prior to clearing the main game. In this mode, you’ll train under Whis to unlock Super Saiyan God for both Goku and Vegeta. Training comes in the form of various challenges that score a bunch of experience points.

    The Super Saiyan God transformation vastly increases Goku and Vegeta’s stats. It also adds new special moves to learn, like God Kamehameha in the above image. Super Saiyan God adds +1 to combo level in addition to more new moves and a different combo finish.

    Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Super Saiyan God Vegeta and Goku

    On the next page, we get to see Super Saiyan God Vegeta as a playable character. It shows Vegeta’s God Heat Flash that is said to have top-class power among energy blast attacks.

    After training in the DLC, you can use the same data and head back to the main story to pick up where you left off. Here we see Vegeta go Super Saiyan God in his fight against Dodoria. We expect to see it end with filthier fireworks. It also shows that advanced players who feel confident enough can challenge Beerus. However, be warned, he brings overwhelming power and speed to the challenge.

    Lastly, there’s a bit that mentions the “Anime Song & BGM Pack ~Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Selection~” that will release in Spring 2020 for 1,389 yen plus tax. It includes tracks such as Dragon Ball Z‘s opening song “We Gotta Power” and ending songs such as “Boku-tachi wa Tenshi Datta” and other popular songs as BGM tracks for the game.

    Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is currently available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. The game recently passed two million units in worldwide sales. The Time Machine update goes live on March 20, 2020.

    Sato
    Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.

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