It has been almost fifteen months since the latest Dragon Ball game, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, was released by Bandai Namco. As of March 2021, Bandai revealed that the game had sold over 2 million copies world-wide, which indicates that the fandom is still loving Dragon Ball gaming content.
Furthermore, Bandai continues to make DLC’s for previous popular titles such as Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and Dragon Ball FighterZ. However, according to GameRant, Bandai have indicated that they’re refraining from creating anymore DLC’s for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.
This is because, Bandai has no intention of going any further into the Dragon Ball Super or Dragon Ball GT world’s. In fact, the only Super content we have seen, were technically derived from the Dragon Ball Z movies and not the Dragon Ball Super anime. This makes sense, as this is Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot after all, which emphasizes on the Z.
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