Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Multiplayer: Is There Online Co-Op Or Multiplayer?

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Multiplayer: Is There Online Co-Op Or Multiplayer?

Dragon Ball Z lets players experience a large portion of the iconic anime series in game form. Do you have to go it alone? Or is there multiplayer in DBZ Kakarot?.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is a brand new action RPG set in the Dragon Ball Z universe. It allows players to experience key parts of the anime in a new way, with an open world environment to stitch together all of the big boss fights. You can play as multiple characters too, which has left many players wondering whether or not there are any multiplayer modes to take on with pals. We’ll answer that and more in this DBZ Kakarot Multiplayer guide.

Is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Multiplayer?

Given the open-world nature of DBZ Kakarot it might have made sense to let you roam around with a buddy in tow. Unfortunately the game has no multiplayer component to speak off, so it’s solo outing only. Kakarot is very much story-focused, allowing players to relive iconic moments from the anime like the Frieza saga. This emphasis on story is likely a reason why you can’t just add a friend into your game, or perhaps it’s just a design choice made by the developer.

Can You Play Co-Op?

There is no multiplayer in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, and this extends to any co-op functionality. Currently you cannot team up with other players, as much as you may need back-up against the likes of Cell and Majin Buu .

Will Multiplayer Be Added Later Down the Line?

While there is no multiplayer functionality currently in DBZ Kakarot, this doesn't mean there won’t be in the future. For now, however, the DLC that has been detailed only includes cosmetic items and extra story chapters. We’ll be sure to update this page if we hear any more.

So there you have it, no multiplayer in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot. If you were hoping for a review from USG, we’re working on it! It’s just taking more time considering how late we received our code.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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