According to GameRant, last year, Bandai Namco released Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, a brand new action RPG that follows the plot of the popular manga series. Players will relive the story from the first fight with Raditz in the Saiyan Saga to the climactic ending against Kid Buu from the Buu Saga. This game is already available on most gaming devices, most recently the Nintendo Switch port of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot was released a few months ago with DLC ‘A New Power Awakens’.
Although the Switch version of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot There’s some new content, but one notable feature is missing from the release. Fans noticed that Dragon Ball Card Warriors, a turn-based card game mode, is completely absent from the Switch version.
Switch version of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot lacks Card Warriors mode
The mode was made available on other platforms via a free update last year, with the company promising it would be available for all platforms, but it didn’t with the Switch. Recently Bandai Namco confirmed in a Twitter post that the update Dragon Ball Card Warriors on Switch has been delayed. The post did not state a specific reason, only noting that the delay was due to a change in development schedule.
The post then apologized to fans who were waiting for this YuGiOh-inspired Dragon Ball mode to be released on Switch, saying that the team is currently working diligently to get the mode working on consoles. by Nintendo. But Bandai Namco did not provide a specific date this mode will come to Switch.
This news will likely make Switch owners of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot upset because they may have seen many reviews of how interesting the mode is on other platforms. Besides, they had to spend a full amount to own the game but were missing the feature that almost every platform has.