Last year, Bandai Namco released Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC worldwide, letting players play through the entirety of the Dragon Ball Z saga and help Goku and his friends save the world from villains like Frieza and Cell.
The game mysteriously skipped the Nintendo Switch when it launched last year, but it seems like owners of the Nintendo console may be able to join the battle very soon.
According to leak group LeakyPandy, Bandai Namco is soon going to announce Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot for Nintendo Switch, alongside a port of Tales of Destiny, presumably the PlayStation 2 remake that has only been released in Japan.
While we have no idea if Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is indeed coming to Nintendo Switch, a few things make us think that the RPG is indeed coming to the console in the future. As of now, Bandai Namco released every recent Dragon Ball game it launched on other consoles and PC on the Switch, and a trailer shared a few weeks back showcasing the next Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot DLC featured the Nintendo Switch logo. Bandai Namco said the logo was included by mistake, but at this point, who knows.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is now out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The Nintendo Switch version has yet to be announced officially.