‘Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot’ Adds Kid Goku in DLC 5 – Watch Trailer

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We spoke in recent posts about the appealing DLC 5 that has become available for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Apart from the World Martial Arts Tournament featuring the grand finale between teen Goku and Piccolo Jr., the new DLC also adds Goku when he was a child.

If you’re into the old Dragon Ball stuff, you know very well that Goku was exceptionally strong as a kid as well. There’s no need to get into the entrails of the show to realize that even during that time, the beloved Saiyan has saved the planet several times from nefarious foes. Even though kid Goku wasn’t capable of as many ineffable techniques as he is as an adult, such as the Spirit Bomb or the Instant Transmission, he was still stronger than the majority of his enemies back in the day.

Kid Goku will confront King Piccolo once again in DLC 5

The dev team of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has added Kid Goku, a move that will certainly make a lot of fans of the original series jump around with joy. Hence, the little Saiyan will once again face King Piccolo, the most powerful enemy that Goku ever had to face as a child. King Piccolo is the father of the Piccolo we all know from Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Super, and the former was eager for utmost world domination.

However, despite being incredibly powerful, King Piccolo has remained speechless at the strength of the little boy named Son Goku. After drinking the Ultra Divine Water and climbing the Korin Tower to gain more strength than before, Goku was more prepared than ever to fight until the last drop to save the world from the deadly fiend King Piccolo.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/Series S, Windows PC, and Google Stadia.

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