Dragon Ball Z Kakarot To Release Time Machine Content This Month Along With Patch 1.05

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot To Release Time Machine Content This Month Along With Patch 1.05
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An all new patch from Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Z Kakarot has rolled out, and the developer has announced an all new gameplay mode coming later this month.

The patch is called 1.05, and features fixes to a number of issues that have been dogging players since the game was released in January. This includes an application error when doing training missions inside of Capsule Corp. in West City, as well as an ongoing problem in episode 10 of the Android Saga.

According to Bandai Namco, the issue with the training missions occurred when trying to use a character that was different from the one you have been controlling in the field.

The Android Saga problem occurred when players watched a scene at Kami’s temple, waited for the auto save to finish, closed the application, and then loaded the auto save data.

On top of these two major improvements, a number of other adjustments have been made.

On top of that, Bandai Namco will make time travel possible in the game through the new Time Machine mode.

We don’t have a lot of information about what this Time Machine will entail, but in the series it was used by Trunks to travel through time to alternate versions of the past and future. Perhaps we will be able to use this to travel back to earlier story moments, or maybe we will be able to travel into Trunks’s dystopian future where Androids 17 and 18 have lain waste to the world.

The alternate universe style of time travel from the show could also be a way to experience “What If” scenarios that Dragon Ball utilized throughout the Budokai game series.

We do not have a release date for the Time Machine just yet, but Bandai Namco has stated that it is coming this month.

Fans of the game have been waiting for the announcement of story DLC, which many believe to be imminent.

Data miners have uncovered some interesting content buried within the game’s code that has sparked interest in future DLC stories.

Apparently, they were able to uncover character models for Beerus, the God of Destruction, and his attendant angel Whis. On top of that, there are also Super Saiyan God models for both Goku and Vegeta.

This has led many to wonder if the DLC will involve Dragon Ball Super, the sequel series to Dragon Ball Z.

However, if the game wants to stick with just Dragon Ball Z, it is possible that the DLC will deal with the Dragon Ball Z movies Gods of Destruction and Resurrection F.

Gods of Destruction was something of a pilot for Dragon Ball Super, introducing new characters and powers. Resurrection F saw the return of the villain Frieza from the dead with an all-new golden form.