Grant us our wish, Shenron
- by Liam Doolan
Earlier this week, Bandai Namco announced its third DLC pack for its open-world action RPG Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.
While this game obviously isn’t available on the Switch, Bandai Namco’s Latin America Instagram page has got the attention of the Nintendo community by including a Switch logo at the end of DBZ: Kakarot’s latest trailer for Trunks: The Warrior of Hope.
It’s since been pulled – with the official Bandai Namco Instagram stating it was a mistake. Of course, the internet never forgets:
Interestingly, the same trailer also shows a logo for an Xbox Series X|S release – another version of the game that hasn’t been officially announced.
Bandai Namco has shown quite a lot of support for the Switch and Dragon Ball FighterZ is still one of the best third-party ports available on Nintendo’s hybrid hardware. Both it and Kakarot also happen to run on Unreal Engine 4.
Although nothing is confirmed, would you like to see Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot come to the Switch? What do you make of the above? Was it an honest mistake, or something more? Share your thoughts down below.
[source instagram.com, via twitter.com]