How long to beat Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

Average Dragon Ball Z Kakarot game length vs DLC enjoyer.

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Taking out powerful foes can take some time so don’t expect to beat Dragon Ball Z Kakarot in a short amount of time. You’ll have plenty of adventures especially after CyberConnect2 dropped additional DLC content that explore several arcs in the Dragon Ball Z franchise. Our easy to understand guide will tell you how long you’ll need to beat Dragon Ball Z Kakarot with DLC included.

How long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot?

Beating the main campaign of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot will take around 25 hours, which includes any side-activities you may tackle. With all the DLCs added together, that playtime could balloon up to 36 hours on average.

It will depend on you if you take your time to beat Dragon Ball Z Kakarot including its additional DLCs. With the game being released for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, CyberConnect2 recently added the Bardock Alone Against Fate DLC and they’re expected to add an additional 2 more in the Season Pass 2. You’d have more content to play with after beating the main campaign of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot.

How long does it take to 100% DBZ Kakarot?

To get 100% on Dragon Ball Z Kakarot experience it will take more than 60 hours on average. Completionists will find themselves spending a lot more time with the game. You’ll take even longer to unlock entries in the Encyclopedia, collect medals, complete sub-stories, and etc. Our Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Trophy Guide & How to Get Platinum will list all the trophies you need to earn 100% of the game.

How long to beat Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

How long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot A New Power Awakens: Part 1?

It takes about 2 hours on average to beat Dragon Ball Z Kakarot A New Power Awakens: Part 1 DLC. This DLC content can be played without beating the main game and unlocks additional transformations and super attacks for Goku and Vegeta.

How long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot A New Power Awakens: Part 2?

It takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes to beat Dragon Ball Z Kakarot A New Power Awakens: Part 2 DLC. It is required that you beat the main game and A New Power Awakens: Part 1 before you can play this DLC content that unlocks additional transformations and super attacks for Goku and Vegeta.

How long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Trunks: The Warrior of Hope?

It takes about 4 hours on average to beat the Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Trunks: The Warrior of Hope DLC. You don’t need to beat the main story to play this DLC which includes a new story arc and unlocks new super attacks and soul emblems.

How long to beat Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Bardock: Alone Against Fate DLC?

Players can finish Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot’s Bardock DLC’s main plot in 1 hour and 30 minutes average, and that’s if they skip the seven DLC substories, which should add another hour or two. Bardock – Alone Against Fate’s post-game stuff is decent for 2.5 hours.

Players unlock a new story mode and Tough Training Ground after finishing the main campaign. The Tough Training Ground may be utilized to farm Battle of the Gods-style EXP-granting equipment, while this new narrative should keep players entertained for 30 minutes. Though repetitious, players may anticipate to spend a few hours developing strong enough to defeat all the training ground tasks, resulting in a maximum of 5 hours playtime.

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This Youtube video from MKIceAndFire shows the full gameplay of the Bardock Along Against Fate DLC for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.

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