The phenomenon of trading card battles Dragon Ball Card Warriors arrives at Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot + A New Power Awakens Set and if the game was already overflowing fan service by the cult manganime, this new mode free gives you a new layer of variety.
Originally released in all other editions in late 2020, the mode Dragon Ball Card Warriors retrieves frames from the series and iconic images of the characters from Dragon Ball and turns them into a spectacular collection of 500 cards of different rarity. The best? They are not simple collectible objects: we can use them to play online without leaving the game.
The game system, by the way, is quite a claim for fans of digital card games: the idea is to measure ourselves against other opponents from around the world by measuring the power of the characters of Dragon Ball on a board with different types of casual or ranked games. And yes, the special techniques of Son Goku and his friends will manifest on the screen if we play our cards right.
Now, beyond the competitive element of the game, the other great claim of Dragon Ball Card Warriors is to complete our album of letters. Something that will increase the amount of hours that can offer the own Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
Brilliant multiplayer for an exceptional ARPG
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot + A New Power Awakens Set is an action RPG whose content and game experience are focused on a single player. Something that, everything is said, is not frequent within the enormous current legacy of Dragon Ball in video games. The adition of Dragon Ball Card Warriorsit’s a very interesting way to open up to multiplayer, but also a complete game within a game that was already huge.
Thus, three of the games of Dragon Ball on Switch they already have a card experience: In addition to Super Dragon Ball Heroes itself, based on the successful Japanese arcade game, we have the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 trading card game. Three different ways to bring the Dragon Ball experience to the mats.
According to Bandai Namcothe update that adds Dragon Ball Card Warriors a DBZ: Kakarot It should already be in the eShop. However, it is not the only additional content in the game: in addition to the A New Power Awakens DLCs included for free in the Switch version, the DBZ Kakarot expansion is also available: Trunks, The Warrior of Hope, a new story arc from the game focused on the alternate future of the young man who came from the future.
Bandai Namco is constantly adding new content to its already available Dragon Ball games. Android 21 (robe) was recently added to Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 keep adding characters and extras. Of course, this year there will also be a new and quite original game: Dragon Ball The Breakers will bet on survival in an online asymmetric action game that will bet on the free-to-play. Anything free and Dragon Ball is always welcome.