How long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot?

There are plenty of fights and side-quests to get through in Bandai Namco’s latest DBZ game, here’s how long it’ll take you

Vegeta and Napa from Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

How long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot? Traditionally, DBZ games are fighting games, so the answer is usually however long it takes to beat your opponents to a pulp. DBZ Kakarot, however, is an RPG game first and foremost – though it does include traditional fighting games and open-world games elements – so it’s a tad different this time around.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot takes us to the start of the Dragon Ball Z era, which sees Goku grown up. Between bouts of fighting you can improve yourself with sessions of training. If it’s all gotten too stressful, though, you can go unwind with some fishing and a hearty meal. You’ll play through several familiar story arcs including the Freeza and Cell sagas.

Everyone has different amounts of time they can spare, and it’s likely something to consider if you’re going to part with the chonky sum needed to purchase DBZ Kakarot. To that end, read on to find out how long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot.

How long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot?

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot will take you around 35 to 40 hours to complete if you’re rushing. If you’re planning on doing a completionist run, though, you can expect to be busy for around 80 to 100 hours. As ever, your run will likely fall somewhere between the two.

That comes from Famitsu – as reported online by – which says as much in its weekly magazine. You can check it out for yourself by clicking the links if you like.

And there you have it, that’s how long is Dragon Ball Z Kakarot. As of right now, it’s just Famitsu to go off of, so things may change a bit as more people get their hands on it. Despite that, however, we reckon that’s a solid ballpark figure to go off of for now. You can probably beat it a little quicker with the help of these Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot cheats, but we prefer to head through the main story before modding a game into oblivion.