Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot's Day One Update Adds Sub-Stories

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Even though the game hasn't released yet, we already know what's coming in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot's day one update patch. The game will release for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC January 17. But, Bandai Namco has already prepared the massive 11GB day one update for the game. The patch is separated into two separate patches - 1.01 and 1.02, aimed at improving load times, includes quality of life improvements, and introduces sub-stories.

According to Wcfftech, the 1.01 patch is said to add "system features related to bonuses," and patch 1.02 is geared toward improving load times, addition of fast travel to Korin Tower Summit and Capsule Corporation from the world map, adjusting "the entry fee of the Time Attacks," and, of course, adds sub-stories and makes adjustments. The sub-stories can help create a robust story experience and expand upon the Dragon Ball Z lore.

The day one 11GB update is going to apply to the original game's 36GB minimum storage requirement, as per Steam. If you want to minimize some wait time or lower the hassle, it's best that you clear up some space and be prepared for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot dropping this Friday.

If you haven't heard about DBZ Kakarot, the game is an action RPG with a story that spans across the entire Dragon Ball Z universe - from the first Raditz fight to the Buu Saga. The game also features an in-depth skill tree, fishing, side quests, stat buffs, cooking, and story sections adding to the lore. The game scored 34 out of 40 on Famitsu's review. DBZ Kakarot features an open world and players are expected to be immersed in a 40 hours experience to complete the main story and up to 100 hours to fully complete the game. Players can expect a fast battle system and side-quests that develop the minor characters seen in the manga and anime.

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