Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot ‘A New Power Awakens – Part 1’ DLC First Details

22 March 2020
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Bandai Namco has released the first details and screenshots of recently announced Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot downloadable content “A New Power Awakens – Part 1,” which is due out this spring. A “Music Compilation Pack” add-on was also announced.

Here’s Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC’s image gallery. Click on any of these image thumbnails to see the full-size screens:

Get the details below.

A New Power Awakens – Part 1

Bringing characters and transformations from Dragon Ball Super, this downloadable content will allow the fans to reach the Super Saiyan God transformation through a training against Whis, in order to face Beerus in an exclusive Boss Battle Episode.

This content can be accessed anytime during the player’s game experience, and it will allow them to use their newly acquired Super Saiyan God transformation during the main storyline!

The “A New Power Awakens – Part 1” downloadable content will be available only through the Season Pass in spring 2020, or to be purchased along with “A New Power Awakens – Part 2” releasing later this year.

Music Compilation Pack

As part of the Ultimate Edition, the “Music Compilation Pack” will also be released in spring 2020 and will include the following titles:

  • “Makafushigi Adventure!”
  • “Romantic Ageruyo”
  • “We Gotta Power”
  • “Detekoi Tobikiri Zenkai Power”
  • “Bokutachi ha Tenshi Datta”
  • “Dragon Soul”
  • “Unmeino hi ~Tamashii vs Tamashii~”
  • “Dragon Ball Z BGM (TV)”
  • “Kaibutsu Frizea vs. Densetsu no Super Saiyans”
  • “Yappari Saikyo Son Goku!! (We Gotta Power)”
  • “Solid State Scouter”

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


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