Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot: How to Fish

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Fighting powerful enemies makes up the vast majority of the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot experience, but this doesn’t mean that the game doesn’t feature its fair share of minigames. Among these is the fishing minigame that will let you relax between all the intense fights featured in the game as well as receive some nice rewards.

Here’s everything you need to know about fishing in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.

How to Fish in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

Fishing in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is rather straightforward and it doesn’t require much from players, other than a little attention to complete two simple Quick Time Events. To fish, you will need to head over to any fishing spot near the water, which is highlighted by a blue circle and a fish icon. Once you find one, get close to the water and press the A button to take out your fake tail and start fishing. You can fish with or without bait. Using bait will allow you to catch certain types of fish, so keep this in mind if you’re looking for a particular fish.

With the tail in the water, you need to wiggle it by using the left stick. Doing this will attract the nearby fishes, and the first one to get close will be the fish you will catch. At this point, you will have to complete two different Quick Time Events: the first one requires you to press a random button when the arrow gets in the highlighted area; the second one requires you to press yet another random button when the circle gets inside another highlighted area. Complete these two events successfully, and the fish will be yours.

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