Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot released earlier this year in January, and was received with mixed emotions from critics and fans alike. We are used to a new Dragon Ball game every now and then, with different responses every time due to the change in development studios and such. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 serves as a prime example in this case as it was favorably received from the community. A feature many Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot players have been asking Bandai Namco to add since release is the ability to go back and replay selected missions from your playthrough, and they finally responded.
The studio announced on their Twitter account the Time Machine feature is coming tomorrow to Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot through a patch, allowing everyone to replay their favorite story scenes or even complete missed side quests. Considering the game's semi-open world nature, it is almost certain you would love to replay certain side-quests, improve your rank in main story scenes, or even defeat Frieza and other Dragon Ball Z villains endless times. The patch drops tomorrow for all platforms.
It’s coming! ⏳ The Time Machine will be available 𝘁𝗼𝗺𝗼𝗿𝗿𝗼𝘄 in #DragonBall Z: Kakarot through a patch. Travel back in time to replay your favorite story scenes or complete missed side quests! When/where will you go first? pic.twitter.com/7t55hV9GH1— BANDAI NAMCO UK (@BandaiNamcoUK) March 19, 2020
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is available on PS4 and Xbox One platforms, and managed to sell over 1.5 million copies in its first week alone, marking it as the third-best release of a Dragon ball game in the history of the franchise.
Which chapter are you going to start with first? Make sure to let us know what initial story scenes are you going to take your Level 200 Goku to get that lucrative S rank.