Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Has a Japanese Release Date (And a Box-Art)


Bandai Namco Entertainment Japan has finally announced the Japanese release date of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, so far expected by early next year.

The GDR action that will retrace the exploits of Son Goku in the Z series will be launched in the Land of the Rising Sun on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 16 January 2020 at a price of 7,600 yen (around 64 euros). On the console of the Redmond house, it will be published exclusively in digital format. For the occasion, the Japanese company has also unveiled the official box-art – which you can see at the bottom of this news – and revealed the pre-order bonuses.

Players who decide to book the game will get access to the secondary mission “A Dangerous Party of Friends” (during which Goku organizes a party to celebrate his return from the planet Yardrat), the Bento “Happy Ultra Finest Quality Meat” ( get benefits by eating a meal) and Bonyu’s immediate release in the Training Menu, where he acts as a sparring partner. For the uninitiated, Boniu is an original character specially created by Akira Toriyama: he is a former member of the Ginew Squad, from which he moved away due to disagreements on the decidedly picturesque poses taken by the members.

In the West, we remember, Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is still expected on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in the early months of 2020. We look forward to an official announcement from Bandai Namco.