Dragon Ball Z Action RPG is officially coming to the PC in 2019, first gameplay trailer released

Earlier this month, Bandai Namco announced that it is working on an action RPG game based on Dragon Ball Z. And today, the publisher confirmed that the game will be coming to the PC and has released its debut gameplay trailer.

This action RPG is called DRAGON BALL GAME – PROJECT Z and will allow players to assume the role of Goku (also known as Kakarot). What’s also really interesting here is that this new DBZ game is currently scheduled for a 2019 release.

From what we can see, DRAGON BALL GAME – PROJECT Z will feature the Piccolo Arc from Dragon Ball, as well as the Saiyan Arc and Freeza Arc from Dragon Ball Z. We don’t know though whether the Androids, Cell and Buu arcs will be included in it.

Still, this is a proper action RPG that a lot of DBZ fans have been asking for and we will finally be able to enjoy Dragon Ball Z in a non-fighting game.


DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT - Announcement Trailer | PS4, X1, PC

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