There have been new leaks that reveal Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot's third DLC will feature Oolong transforming into Android 18 in a side quest. If you didn't know, the DLC is about Future Trunks and Gohan trying to survive against the Androids. The Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC has very little information, but we all remember how depressing that arc was.
Oolong was one of the funnier characters of the original Dragon Ball and served to lighten the mood in Dragon Ball Z. Trunk's future in the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC is depressing, so hopefully, Oolong can keep things from being too dreary. Still, many fans wish that this was the continuation of Dragon Ball Super with Goku Black.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot's Last DLC is History of Trunks
The new downloadable content for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot includes Trunks The Warrior of Hope, a future in which all the heroes have died. DLC players will experience a hunting-like feeling when playing Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot to further highlight the timeline. Having Oolong make things happy is, therefore, a welcome relief.
It was reported by a Twitter user named Dragon Ball Hype that a sub-story involving Oolong and Android 18 will feature in the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC. This quest may serve as comic relief since Oolong has a history of turning into female characters in scenes typically played for laughs in the Dragon Ball universe.
In the tweet, you can also find out that Trunks The Warrior of Hope will feature a Trunks versus Imperfect Cell battle, which will happen just after Gohan defeated Cell in the regular timeline, offering a better hint of how the DLC will end.
One of the best Dragon Ball Z arcs was the History of Trunks, so it's not hard to see why Bandai Namco chose it as the center of the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC.
The new DLC will not continue where the last left off, so no Goku Black DLC
Many fans expected that the final Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC in Dragon Ball Super would tell another storyline from that series, while some still hope that this DLC covers the Goku Black storyline. While disappointment is understandable, some players are more disappointed with the exclusion of Goku in the game. The fact remains that Goku isn't the main playable character for most of Kakarot in this DLC.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot heavily featured Goku in the original and second DLCs, but now the game will go back to not featuring him. This is why many fans assumed that there would be a Goku Black DLC. Typically, this wouldn't be a problem in a Dragon Ball Z game, but this game is named after Goku.
There is no helping things now, and it's time to move on and play the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC about the best arc in the series. Woe is us.
Currently available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot' Final DLC will release in Summer 2021.