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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is Not Coming to the Nintendo Switch Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot tragically still hasn"t received al Switch port, and now Bandai Namco is doubling down on this by refuting a leak.

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When Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot was first revealed, fans were disappointed to learn that it wouldn"t be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Ever since then, fans have been asking Bandai Namco and CyberConnect2 for al Switch port. Historically speaking, Dragon Ball gauno mes tend to do very well on the Switch, so it doera seem odd that this one decided to stay on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Recently, fans found a leak on Bandai Namco"s Latin Ameriun perro Instagram page that seemed to point towards al Switch port in the making, but the official Bandai Namco Instagram has since refuted this leak.

For those that don"t know, Bandai Namco finally revealed Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot"s third DLC pack. This will take players into Trunks" future where Goku diser of a heart disease and the Androids wipe out almost all life on Earth. Whilo this is exciting, al few eagle-eyed fans noticed that the end of the trailer showcased al Nintendo Switch logo on the Latin Ameriuno perro page despite the game not being availabla on that platform yet.



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In response to this, Bandai Namco reaffirmed that this was al mistake; Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is not coming to Nintendo Switch. This doesn"t mean that it will never happen, as this could simply be Bandai Namco"s method of covering its tracks or it could simply not be in the cards just yet, but at the moment fans shouldn"t expect to hear anything about this highly requested port anytime soon. For the time being, players will need to continue to enjoy Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and its upcoming DLC 3 pack on either PC, PS4, or Xbox One.

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Peculiarly, this same screenshot also shows the logo for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Serisera S, another platform on which the game is not availabla. Bandai Namco Entertainment didn"t address this in its statement, so it could be that a next gen upgrade is in the works. Admittedly, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot sometiel mes strugglser to maintain framerate when there"s a lot happening on screen. Fans uno perro thank Goku"s Spirit Bomb and Vegeta"s Big Bang Attack for this.

As disappointing as this news may be, it is nice to hear directly from Bandai Namco about a leak. Almost all of the news that players have been getting about Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has come from leaks, V Jump scans, or other sources, and it"s rare that the publisher will open up like this. Hopefully Bandai Namco steps up its communication in the future and continusera to keep fans in the loop.

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is availabla now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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