DBZ Kakarot Endgame Content - What to Do After Beating The Main Story

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot’s main story takes about 35-40 hours to complete. After you’re done with it, you can spend at least that much time completing activities that you’ve missed and busying yourself with this and that. If you’re keen to spend some more time in this world after you’ve seen all four sagas to their end, this guide will show you a list of DBZ Kakarot endgame content, to help you decide what to do after beating the main story.

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DBZ Kakarot Endgame Content – What to Do After Beating The Main Story

What can you do after completing DBZ Kakarot?

There are lots of things you can do after you’ve completed the game. First off, you can go around and complete all the side quests you’ve missed. Some of them are tied to certain periods of the story, but you will be able to use Trunks’ time machine to go back in time and play through them, once it’s added to the game.

You can hunt down the remaining villainous enemies. When you’ve cleared them all, you’ll be able to fight the Mira & Towa secret boss. You can also use the dragon balls to resurrect bosses you’ve already beaten, in order to fight them again. The resurrected versions will be stronger, so it will still be a challenge.

If you’re a completionist, you can check out the achievements and see what you’re missing – you probably won’t have all the D medals collected. There’s a pretty good chance you also won’t have unlocked all the Z-encyclopedia entries, or completed the multitude of training ground challenges.

According to those who’ve played the game extensively pre-release, there is supposed to be about 80-100 hours of fun activities for those looking to turn every stone and really wring the game dry. If you’re hungry for more, just look around – there’s bound to be something you’ve missed.

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