What you need to know
- Dragonball ProjectZ finally got a gameplay reveal on Microsoft's Xbox E3 2019 stage.
- Now called Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, the game will follow Goku's journey through the popular series' main arcs.
- The new trailer doesn't show off the game's RPG elements, but it does focus on a lot of the fighting action.
Dragonball Z is one of the most iconic animes ever, and it has an extensive library of games following its characters. Microsoft announced Dragonball Z Kakarot at E3 2019. The title is an action RPG that follows the story of Kakarot, best known as Goku, throughout his epic moments.
The trailer revealed during the Xbox E3 keynote shows off Kakarot battling the Saiyins Nappa and Vegeta and then jumps to his epic clash against Freiza culminating with Kakarot's transformation into a Super Saiyin.
The trailer doesn't explain much regarding how the game will function as an RPG. Instead, it highlights the fighting mechanics of the game, which include epic ki battles, fast-paced fighting, and impressive cinematic cut scenes.
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