In addition, the PS5 update shows an on-screen error that doesn’t allow you to play the game either.
For those gamers who are fans of fighting games, the Dragon Ball titles are a thing of their own. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never seen the anime or read the manga. You will always enjoy every game based on Dragon Ball. And Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has managed to raise the excitement again for this kind of game.
Still, it hasn’t all been good on the part of the game and Bandai Namco. After announcing the release of the next-generation console version, they have come up with some unfortunate news for Xbox fans. The Xbox Series X|S version of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is delayed due to a “technical error.”
A “technical error” that may be bigger than you think
Bandai Namco, in the past, was known for focusing on making their games as bug-free as possible. But in their latest releases, we have seen gamers on social media reporting that they have encountered numerous bugs – bugs that, in some cases, even make it impossible to play.
Through the official account of Dragon Ball games on Twitter, they have announced something very strange. Due to technical problems, the update of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot for Xbox Series X|S will be delayed. Even the physical version of the game can only be played as an Xbox One game until the digital version is released on the Xbox Store.
Despite the announcement of the error, the explanation offered by Bandai Namco is not very clear. In addition, accompanying this delay, Bandai Namco has taken the decision to postpone the release of “-BARDOCK- Alone Against Fate” and “Season Pass 2” for Xbox.
Users report PS5 issues too
But, beyond all the problems on Xbox consoles, there is another problem that gamers are denouncing on social networks. It turns out that the PlayStation 5 version is not working either.
As we can see in the tweet above, PlayStation 5 players are encountering an on-screen error when trying to purchase the game. Or, even worse, players who have been able to buy it, can’t run it. It’s a serious problem that Bandai Namco has not yet addressed.