This page of our guide to Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot focuses on how much time you will have to spend to beat the game.
How long does it take to complete Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot?
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a really extensive RPG. It is full of side activities, offers a large open world and has numerous additional challenges. The plot itself should take around 35-40 hours, which is a very impressive result. It is worth noting that the time spent in the game may vary, as a lot of fights require us to grind a bit.
If we want to see everything the world of Dragon Ball has to offer and we don't want to rely on the guides too much, we will spend around 80-100 hours. The game has a lot of additional activities, races, fights, training, searching for items, which, of course, will increase the time spend in the game. Moreover, many of the fights require us to have a certain level meaning that that the grinding process will also make the game last longer.
What story does Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot offer?
We will see all the stories known from the anime. The game starts with the Saiyan Saga where the main enemies are Raditz, Vegeta and Nappa. Then we will visit Namek and face, e.g. the ruthless Frieza. Next, we move to the Android Saga which ends with a battle against Cell. Lastly, we will face Majin Buu, a powerful demon encountered in the final part of the story. Interestingly, the developers promise to expand the source material with new scenes and provide conclusions to some of the plot lines.