Dragon Ball Z Kakarot: sighted a new mode called World Flight

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot: sighted a new mode called World Flight

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

Post-launch support for Dragon Ball Z Kakarot has already offered gamers free content such as the online card game Dragon Ball Warriors, and two additional paid episodes - A New Power Awakens Part 1 & 2 - pitting heroes against powerful enemies like Beerus and Golden Frieza.

Fans are now patiently waiting for the announcement of the third paid DLC of the Season Pass, which should add a new story. Bandai Namco hasn't announced anything official yet, but some clues as to what awaits them have been unearthed in the trailer screened at the Dragon Ball Battle Hour on March 6, a major eSport event based on multiple games in the franchise. A clip of the video of just 2 seconds clearly anticipates a new mode for Dragon Ball Z Kakarot called World Flight: the clip first shows Vegeta transformed into an ape and then a large group of heroes flying together, presumably towards him. Similar images had already leaked a few days ago, as you can see at the bottom of this news.

The trailer then continues with excerpts from other games, leaving fans with only a few elements to speculate on. According to some, World Fight will be a new multiplayer free roaming mode in which players can use any hero of their liking. At the moment, in any case, nothing is certain (will it be free or paid?), Therefore we can not help but continue to be patient waiting for an announcement, which will probably not be long in coming. Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, remember, is available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.






Everything you need to know about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a celebration of some of the anime series’ best-loved moments, following Son Goku in his intergalactic battles with some of the most dangerous adversaries in the universe.


You play as the legend himself and spend time developing your abilities and raising your power level as you work to take down larger-than-life foes like Majin Buu, Kid Buu, Frieza, Cell, and more, in dramatic, narrative-driven battles adapted from the manga. 


Move through different regions within Dragon Ball’s world as you progress, visiting familiar locations like Orange City, Lucca Village, and Master Roshi’s house. 

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