There’s never a shortage of Dragon Ball Z focused video games released into the market and the latest happens to be Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Following the trend as of late for other Dragon Ball Z video games, this installment is an action RPG with a semi open world element. Players will be reliving the storyline of the Dragon Ball Z narrative and since its released, the game has been receiving positive reviews from both fans and critics.
One of the places you can visit in the game features a Time Machine which was being worked on. It’s an element that Bandai Namco has promised was coming out and after waiting around, we’re finally given the patch release date that will active the Time Machine. According to the latest tweet from Bandai Namco UK, it looks like the Time Machine will be available on March 20, 2020. This is one feature that fans should really make use of right now if they picked the game up already and played through the narrative.
With the Time Machine, players will be able to travel back to different points of the campaign storylines. This will give players not only the ability to play through certain moments of the campaign over again but also pick up some of the missed side quests that were no longer available after progressing through the storyline.
We’re sure that there will be plenty of players jumping back online to try the game out tomorrow with the added new feature. However, we’re curious to see if the Time Machine will play any other big role to the game outside of simply allowing players to visit past moments of the game. At any rate, if you haven’t picked up a copy of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot then you can do so right now for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.