Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Might Receive a Nintendo Switch Port

Bandai Namco Latin America has perhaps spilled the beans

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a fresh installment in the franchise that sports unique, RPG-like gameplay. It came out back in January 2020 and had sold over 2 million copies by March. Moreover, it’s playable on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and on next-gen consoles as well. For Nintendo Switch, however, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot was refrained from being released, but that might change in the coming months or so.

First spotted by Redditor MXHombre123, the Nintendo Switch logo can be seen in the following snapshot of the game.

Nintendo Switch Logo on Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
Nintendo Switch Logo on Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

This leak has emerged from Bandai Namco Latin America’s Instagram account, although we can’t find the post anywhere now. Word circulating around says that the team replied to someone’s comments saying that this was nothing but a mistake on their end, but isn’t that what they all say?

It’s going to be speculation from our side, but best believe that Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot might be coming soon to Nintendo Switch. Taking this with a grain of salt appears to be the only sensible approach here.

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