Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has a major day one patch, with multiple fixes and changes packed into the bundle. For one thing, there were some bugs in the launch version of the game that prevented fast travel from working properly, so those have been fixed. But there’s more than just some generic fixes in the pack. Players will find improved load times between scenes, speeding up gameplay a bit. The developer also adjusted the entry fee in the advanced Time Attack modes, making them a bit more accessible.
Story elements have been tweaked in the updated version as well. There’s even some new elements not told in the source materials. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will of course include all of the major manga arcs as well though. First teased as Project Z, the new game is a thoroughly deep action RPG, with a rather intricate progression system. The new video game also has a rather fast-moving combat system too.
The new 1.02 update for the game is actually pretty massive though. Downloading the new RPG patch will utilize over 11GB on PlayStation 4, around one fourth the size of the full game – according to Microsoft Store, it’s a huge 38.44GB on Xbox One.
If you want to see even more of this story, check out all the new DBZ title has to offer. As players fight their way through the various battles of the iconic series, from the earliest Saiyan saga all the way through to the cataclysmic Buu fights, challenges are going to get exponentially tougher.
The new RPG is due out on January 17th for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.