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Every Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Trailer and Screenshot So Far

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At E3 2019, Bandai Namco officially announced Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, a forthcoming open world action RPG that focuses on the classic DBZ story. Undoubtedly, this announcement was met with a great deal of enthusiasm by many Dragon Ball Z fans, and the developer has fueled this excitement by releasing a myriad of DBZ: Kakarot screenshots and trailers over the past several months. Collecting these Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot trailers and screenshots is the exact purpose of this article.

By perusing the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot screenshots featured here, players will be able to ascertain quite a lot of information about this highly anticipated title. For instance, stills from DBZ: Kakarot gameplay offer ideas about what the game will actually play like and cinematic images give fans a glimpse at how some of the series' biggest moments will be rendered. Additionally, these screenshots focus on many of the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot playable characters, which players will certainly be interested to see.

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Then when moving on to the DBZ: Kakarot trailers found below, fans will get an even better understanding of what that game has to offer. From footage of Goku fishing to the depiction of more involved combat, there is already quite a bit to parse about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. To note, this article does not contain off-screen footage or gameplay demos, such as the DBZ: Kakarot demo from Gamescom, that have not been officially shared by Bandai Namco.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Screenshots

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Trailers

For many fans of Dragon Ball Z, the material covered in these trailers and screenshots may not be particularly surprising. As previously stated, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a retelling, and much of what is depicted here comes directly from the series. That said, it is still exciting to see what Bandai Namco's updated take on this classic is looking like, and some will be happy to have a better frame of reference for the experience of playing the game.

Additionally, there is still quite a bit of time before the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot release date arrives, which means that there may be some more surprising images and videos released in the near future. Indeed, DBZ: Kakarot will feature brand new characters and storylines, and it seems likely that more information on this aspect of the game will be revealed in the upcoming months.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot releases early 2020 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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