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As you play through Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, you’ll be required to find a hover car to complete one of the side events. In this guide, we’ll show you where to find a car in DBZ: Kakarot. When unlocked, you’ll be able to use the car to participate in racing side quests. Where to Find Car in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot? In order to find a car, you’ll need to play through the game until you’re at the Android Saga. It’s during the Android Saga when you’ll unlock the hover car. Chi Chi will ask you to get a license. With the license in your hand, you’ll need to unlock a car. During the Android Saga, you’ll need to find and talk to Bulma. She won’t only build your first Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot car, but will also unlock the R&D system. Using the R&D system, you’ll be able to…

Cooking in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot can provide you with a permanent increase in stats in addition to some temporary buffs. There is a large number of meals that you can cook, provided that you have the required recipes and ingredients. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Cooking Recipes To start cooking in DBZ: Kakarot, you need to find a campfire and select the “Cook Food” option. The new menu will display a complete list of unlocked recipes on the left side along with all the required ingredients that you’ll need to cook it. The right side will show the possible permanent and temporary effects. Once you’ve made your choice, your character will instantly cook the meal and eat it. But what if you don’t want the buffs right away? There’s a way of doing that. In order to store a cooked meal for a later time, you’ll need to find a…

Fishing is one of the activities you can engage yourself in when you’re battling or trying to level up. Not only is it fun to do so, but fishing can also provide you with ingredients that you need to cook meals for various effects. Learn how to fish in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot with our guide. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Fishing In DBZ: Kakarot, you can only fish at specific fishing spots. They aren’t hard to find either. To find a fishing spot, simply open up your world map and you’ll see them marked on different areas. Unlike other popular titles, you don’t really need different things for fishing in Kakarot – simply approach a fishing spot to start fishing. Interacting with a fishing spot in the game will present 2 options: using bait to fish or fishing without using any baits. There isn’t any major differences between the two…

Soul Emblems in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot increase your character’s stats through Community Boards. But how do you unlock Soul Emblems in the game? It’s all very simple, really! Almost every activity in DBZ: Kakarot can reward you with Soul Emblems. This includes completing story missions, side missions, and even meeting new characters. In this Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Soul Emblems Guide, we’ll go over all the present Soul Emblems in the game, unlocking new Community Boards, and leveling up Soul Emblems. Soul Emblems in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot To use Soul Emblems in the game, you need to enter the Main Menu and open up the Community tab. From there, you can directly select a Soul Emblem to place on a Community Board or select a Community Board to see all available Soul Emblems. How to Unlock Community Boards? To unlock new Community Boards in DBZ: Kakarot, you need…

It goes without saying but your Character Level is important in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Being under-leveled will restrict your ability to free-roam effectively and chances are that you’ll die … a lot! To prevent that, here are some tips to help you farm XP and level up fast in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Leveling up in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will increase your battle stats permanently, allowing you to take on tougher foes and bosses without breaking a sweat. Moreover, you’ll unlock the ability to break boulders and explore caves at Level 10 to be able to get your hands on some rare items. Level Up Fast in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot While leveling isn’t bad if you naturally play through the game but there are a few tips and tricks that can help you earn more XP and level up faster than normal. If you’re thinking about earning…

To summon Shenron in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, you need to find 7 Dragon Balls. After Shenron is summoned, you’ll be able to make a wish from it. If you do this 10 times in total, you’ll unlock “Shenron’s Favorite” trophy/achievement. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Dragon Balls But how to collect all the Dragon Balls in DBZ: Kakarot? The first step is playing the story until the Frieza Saga, which is the 2nd Saga, is completed. After it’s completed, you’ll be treated with a tutorial for Dragon Balls and finding them. You must’ve completed the Frieza Saga to be able to collect Dragon Balls. After you’ve completed the 2nd Saga, you’ll see an orange Dragon Ball icon somewhere on the world map. The Dragon Ball icon means that there must be one or more Dragon Balls in the area. Remember that there can be more than a single Dragon Ball…

With Kakarot, Dragon Ball Z has taken a slight shift toward the RPG-centric style of games. During the course of your journey, you’ll be required to level up Goku and his allies. One of the things paramount to increasing your character’s power in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is gifts. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gifts Gifts in DBZ: Kakarot are needed to enhance your characters, providing them with increased stats such as increased ATK, etc. But how does all of it work? The answer to this is Soul Emblem. You earn Soul Emblems by almost everything in the game e.g. completing missions, sub-stories, side missions, etc. After you’ve found some, you can place them on Community Boards to reap their benefits. Gifts, on the other hand, allow you to increase the level of Soul Emblems. Here’s a quick rundown of using gifts in Kakarot: Main Menu > Community > Soul Emblems…

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot features a total of 48 achievements/trophies that make up the 1,000 Gamerscore. These achievements/trophies are mostly related to the game’s main story, securing victories, completing sub-stories, etc. Therefore, you’ll most likely unlock a majority of them as you progress through the game naturally. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot 100% Achievements To help you earn 1,000 Gamerscore and Platinum DBZ: Kakarot, here’s a list of all the achievements/trophies in the game: Dragon Ball Master Obtain all achievements. Former Foe Win the simulation battle against Piccolo. Worse For Wear Complete the Saiyan Saga. Emperor No More Complete the Frieza Saga. Earth’s New Champion Complete the Cell Saga. Bye-Bye, Buu Complete the Majin Buu Saga. Helping Hand Complete a sub story. Do-Gooder Complete 10 sub stories. A Dark Omen Defeat your first Villainous party. Evil All Around Defeat 20 Villainous parties. Purging the Plague Defeat 30 Villainous parties. Down with…

Familiarizing yourself with the basics is the first step toward becoming a master … and Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is not different in this regard. Taking a look at the controls needs to be the first thing after firing up Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Controls To save you from the trouble of bringing up the “Pause Menu” every now and then to see which input does what, we’ve compiled a complete list of controls for the game that you should be able to print and keep it with you. The control scheme for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is divided into 2 categories i.e. Battle Controls and Field Controls. Xbox One Battle Controls LT Guard LT + X Burst Left Analogue Stick Move Left Analogue Stick + RT Move Up/Down Left Analogue Stick + A (Hold) Boost L3 Super Boost Y (Hold) Charge Ki / Surge X…

The Exotic Hand Cannon, Thorn, is one of the few legacy exotics that has found its way to Destiny 2. The lunacy of crucible when Thorn was used is well known by the original Destiny players. The fun and the agony caused by using Thorn to two-shot each other was the edge that everyone used. In this Destiny 2 Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about completing the Thorn Exotic Quest. Destiny 2 Thorn Exotic Quest The Thorn still has its damage over time perk called “Mark of Devourer” and the mag refill perk “Soul Devourer” in D2. The enemies will keep dealing damage after you’ve shot them and if you manage to kill them they will drop fragments that will refill Thorn’s magazine. However, for all this glory you have to complete an extensive questline, here’s how you can do it: Step #1 – Independent Study First,…