• "Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot" is reportedly getting a Story Arc DLC after "A New Power Awakens."
  • The said upcoming DLC is rumored to be eight to 12 hours long
  • “A New Power Awakens” is set to be completed this 2020

Just a week after the release of “A New Power Awakens – Part 1” DLC, “Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” is now rumored to be getting a huge story arc downloadable content.

“A New Power Awakens” DLC is a two-part episode, with Part 2 releasing later this 2020. The first part was released on April 28, and it primarily focused on Goku and Vegeta achieving Super Saiyan God form in order to fight the God of Destruction, Beerus.

Now, according to a recent leak by Ken Xyro – a popular and credible Dragon Ball Z leaker – there will be a story arc DLC coming to the game after the second boss battle in “A New Power Awakens.” Moreover, it is reported to be eight to 12 hours long.

In comparison, “A New Power Awakens – Part 1” doesn’t take very long to finish, as one can accomplish it within an hour. With that said, it is pretty clear that the Story Arc DLC will be way bigger than the first major update of the game.

It remains to be seen what arc will the said DLC cover, but fans can make assumptions based on the current storyline that “Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” is following.

The game is based on “Dragon Ball Super," and as reported by Game Rant, if it follows the order of stories in the anime, then the rumored massive Story Arc DLC might be about “The Universe 6 Tournament Saga.”

“The Universe 6 Tournament Saga” features Goku and Vegeta fighting different opponents and new characters. It also introduces some sort of power-up for Goku, who would be able to learn the kaio ken technique.

Nothing is set in stone, and Bandai Namco is yet to confirm the development of the said Story Arc DLC. However, it is certainly exciting for fans to hear that there is possibly another major content in the works for the beloved game.

“Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot” is playable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. “A New Power Awakens – Part 1” is currently available for Season Pass subscribers only, but it will be up for purchase along with Part 2 at a later date this year.

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