Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Leak Teases Two Playable Super Characters Coming Soon

A new leak shows off a few more faces coming to Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has been met with a lot of praise since its release earlier this month and it seems to have hit the perfect stride with fans of the long-standing franchise. With familiar faces all around, a new Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot leak shows off two more playable figures making their way into the game. 

New DLC is on the way, as Bandai already confirmed, and while the speculation has been high about post-campaign content and new narratives, a recent leak shows off Beerus and Whis hidden away within the game’s files. Also found in the datamine is that both the God of Destruction and his attendant have their own working models, meaning that it’s not just a ported over design. The dataminer also found that the models work in the game’s Debug Mode, which allows for a deeper look into things like move sets and animations: 


While the studio hasn’t confirmed anything at this time, the amount of detailing found was far more than a simple insert, which makes it very likely that these two will be apparent in whatever DLC gets announced for the latest Dragon Ball game. 

As for the game itself, you can check out our full Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot game hub here for more news and guides! Need a hand with anything else? Maybe some Ki Blasts? Check out the following tips and tricks that we’ve put together:

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