DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT – Character Progression Trailer | PS4

DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT – Character Progression Trailer | PS4

In Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot you’ll be fighting against fearsome
foes to protect your friends and planet Earth from utter destruction. But in order to do so, you must always remember to train hard
and power up the Z Warriors. Today, let’s take a dive into the character progression aspect of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot in order to prepare for the devastating
Death Matches that await you. Like in any other action RPG, players will be able to fight enemies, earn experience points, and level up their characters. However, in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot you are able to power up Goku
and friends in a lot of other ways. Eating is especially important as not only will you be getting temporary buffs, but also a permanent increase
in your character’s stats. You can eat some fruits on the go or cook meat at campfires. But the best way to acquire food with high stats is to head to a cook located in
towns or small villages to create dishes. Or even better, go home, talk to Chi-Chi,
and ask her to create a full-course meal for you. You’ll have to go on the hunt as you’ll be needing ingredients as well as recipes which you can acquire through sub-quests or by talking to NPCs. Searching through areas and collecting Z Orbs
is essential for acquiring Super Attacks. You are able to collect different
Z Orbs throughout the game. Colored Z Orbs are typically found
in areas that are related to their color. Once you’ve acquired the necessary Z Orbs, open the character skill tree and
unlock slots to acquire new Special Attacks or power up existing ones. In order to unlock skills with a green icon, you must visit Training Grounds
located in different areas. In order to access the different training options, you must use D Medals
which can be found all over the world. Searching for Ki will help you
find medals a little easier. So be sure to keep an eye out. Once you have enough D Medals, you can begin the mental training
against other Z Warriors… …enemies from the past… …and even yourself. Finally, a unique way to power up your
party is through the Community Boards. By progressing through the main story, or helping out different characters from the
Dragon Ball Z world through sub-quests, you will be gifted with their Soul Emblems. By placing these emblems on the Community Board, you can increase the board’s rank, giving you access to its Community Skills. These skills will provide helpful
effects on your adventure. There are seven different Community Boards, and each provide different Community Skills. Placing specific Soul Emblems next to one another will activate what’s called a Link Bonus. Activating a Link Bonus,
makes it easier to raise a community’s rank. You may also be able to hear some
exclusive dialogue between characters. As you can see, the world of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is
filled with many ways to grow stronger and defeat the most fearsome enemies that stand in your way during your adventure. That’s all for today. But keep your scouters on the lookout
for our next videos on Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Get ready for the full version of the game
coming on January 17th on PlayStation 4.

100 thoughts on “DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT – Character Progression Trailer | PS4

  1. This actually looks legendary.. I really hope everything is implemented well. The fetch oriented stuff is a little concerning.

  2. Also apparently there is new dialogue and interactions between characters in this game that was never done in the mangas or the anime and answers some questions about the lore of the DBZ universe.

  3. For these who except something so awesome from this game

    Keep your expectations low boys, and you will never be disappointed


  4. If they have the vegeta sound track when it showed him turning ss1 on the planet he was training on right before he squared off with Android 19, ima go nuts. I need to see that cut scene in this game!

  5. I'm absolutely intimidated by the community board. I hope it's easier to understand in game than in the brief shots we got here.

  6. As long as the combos aren't done by pressing one button I may just buy this.. hated naruto and other games that used this

  7. Guys help!
    Such a question, I record a video from the PS4, turned on the function " Add sound from the microphone to the video"
    Okay, cool, the sound is recorded in the video.
    But it doesn't suit me. Is it possible to make the sound recorded in the video at the touch of a button, or at least when I speak?

    OR AT LEAST, can I make the audio track from my microphone recorded separately from the main video? So I can cut out the unnecessary by myself

  8. Surprised at all the positive comments. I on the other hand thing it looks extremely boring and it is going to be a bunch flying around the map and fighting practice enemies or Saibamen to distract you from the fact that you’re not doing anything related to the story.

    I’ll probably buy it but return it in a week because it will have no replay-ability. If I can even beat it that fast. I love dragon ball z, but everything before Captain Ginyu is extremely boring.

  9. In a sense, this looks like Legacy of Goku, but revamped.

    EDIT: My only real concern for this game is that combat may feel tedious.

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