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Rumour: Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Could Be Switch-Bound, According To New Leak

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Remember last month when Bandai Namco showed a trailer of its third DLC pack for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and at the end of it was a Switch logo? At the time, the Bandai Namco Instagram said it was a mistake, well perhaps there might be more to it…

Adding fuel to the fire, leak group “LeakyPandy” – known for sharing industry news and rumours – is claiming it has “gathered” information that Bandai Namco will make a Kakarot announcement for the Nintendo Switch soon. Switch is also mentioned in reference to Tales of Destiny, Gundam Breaker 4 and Dark Souls “expanding further” to additional platforms.

Alongside the Switch logo last month, was one for an Xbox Series X|S release – another version that doesn’t exist…

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So, could Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot get a Switch release in the near future? In addition to what could be mounting evidence, Bandai Namco has also released just about every Dragon Ball game it’s developed in recent times on the Switch. Kakarot also runs on the same engine as Dragon Ball FighterZ – one of the best ports on Nintendo’s hybrid system.

Although nothing is official, would you like to see Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot up and running on the Switch? Comment down below.

This article originally appeared on Nintendo Life | Latest News

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Rumour: Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Could Be Switch-Bound, According To New Leak
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