Dragon Ball Z : Kakarot – How to use gifts in the game
The wait of Dragon Ball fans is finally over, as a new game based on Dragon Ball Saga is out. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot game has been released by Bandai Namco Studios. The game is available on all the popular platforms including PC, Xbox One & PC.
Speaking of the Bandai Namco Studios, they are famous for making fighting genre games. They have already made many popular games based on Dragon Ball Saga which includes the following: Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, and Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3.
Cut to now, the game features the Gift system, which can be used to upgrade relationships with the other characters. Also, while helping the other characters, players will be rewarded by Soul Emblem which can be placed on one of the Community boards.
Once a Soul Emblem is placed, players can focus on upgrading that character to overall upgrade Community Board to unlock additional bonuses. As mentioned above, players can improve their relations by giving gifts that they obtain in the game.
To give gifts, you need to open up the pause menu, & select Community. Then you need to select Soul Emblems. If you are on PS4, you need to press triangle, and Y on Xbox One. Then press X on PS4 & A on Xbox One to bring the gift selection screen. Then choose a gift & press X on PS4 & A on Xbox One to give a gift.
For a quick refresher, Dragon Ball Z : Kakarot is a semi-open world game & features over 19 locations for players to explore. It also includes many popular locations from Dragon Ball Saga including Gingertown where Cell appeared in its first form. The following list of locations are available in the game for the players to explore.
Ginger Town, Cell Arena, Ice continents, Orange City (Satan City), Goku House, Yamcha Village, Gohan Piccolo Training Area, Goku & Vegeta fighting location, West City, Kami’s lookout, Majin Buu saga desert area, Tenkaichi Budokai location, Papaya town, Racco Village, Kami house, King Kai planet, Namek, Supreme Kai World.
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