Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a super game with super attacks. When playing the game you would like to unlock the variety of super attacks available in Kakarot. In the new game, you will have a number of attacks and items to mess around with. There are basic Ki blasts, to melee attacks and everyone’s favorite Super Attacks are fun to use in Dragon Ball Z.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Super Attacks
In this section of the guide, we will discuss how to unlock Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Super Attacks and will explain how to use them. We will also give you locations of items you need to collect to unlock Super Attack in Kakarot.
Table to Content
- How to Unlock Super Attacks
- How to Use Super Attacks
- How to Charge Ki
How to Unlock Super Attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
Unlocking Super Attacks is pretty simple yet a bit annoying sometimes as you need to collect a few things. Super Attacks are the heart of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, attacks such as Kamehameha, and Vegeto’s killer Galick Gun make the game even more fun to play. You can unlock more super attacks for your arsenal of powerful moves.
To unlock the new Super Attack, you must get your hands on a few items. You need to find D medals that are found all over the world, they are the easiest of items to find in the game. You can also get D Medals by completing various tasks, quests, and activities in Dragon Ball Z. The medals are later used to unlock training, and this is where you unlock Super Attacks. You can unlock Super Attacks from the Super Attacks skill tree section of the menu.
Slow down now, D Medals aren’t the only item you need to unlock super attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Z-Orbs are another crucial item in the game and these are used also required before you can unlock Super Attacks from the menu. Z-Orbs are also found around the world and keep in mind that you need to collect a large amount to fully unlock the Super Attacks Skill Tree in the game. Once you have enough D-Medals and Z-Orbs, you need to make sure you have all the moves unlocked in the skill tree, all the way up to the Super Attack you want. Z-Orbs are used to unlock the moves leading up to the Super Attack.
How to Use Super Attacks
Now when you have successfully unlocked Super Attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, it is time to use your new moves. When you are up against an enemy access the Super Attack Palette and use the corresponding button to use the desired attack. You can slot the attack to the Super Attack Palette and use it when required. Something the player must keep in mind that using the Super Attacks means you need to have enough Ki, without it, you can’t use the attack.
How to Charge Ki
Goku has two meters at his disposal and this is the same with any other character you choose to play. The top meter is the HP bar for the character you’re playing and the bottom blue meter is your Ki. This meter is what allows you to perform Super Attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. To charge your Ki you need to hold down the Square Button on PS4 or the corresponding button on your platform to start charging Ki. What you need to keep in mind is that charging up your Ki leaves you vulnerable to attacks and damage. It is best that you do this when not in battle or not in the line of sight of your enemy. You can charge the Ki when the enemy is stunned during the battle, balancing your Ki is key to winning major boss battles Kakarot.