How to get a car in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot? This is a question you might ask yourself early on in the game, as you'll likely notice small racing icons on the map. Visit them and the guy will tell you that you need a car to enter the competition. But how the hell do you get one?
A quick word of warning before we begin: doDon't sell your materials at the beginning of the game! These include gears, nuts, shafts and various ores, for example. You will need these items to build and upgrade your car later in the story.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Car – Where to get a car?
The good news is that you unlock the opportunity to get a car by playing through history – you can't miss it. The bad news is that this happens in the middle of the game.
Just before the start of the Cell Saga, Chi Chi will demand that Goku get a driver's license after Vegeta's training session. After a brief introduction to how cars work. A test drive Goku receives his driver's license.
After you visit Bulma to buy a car, open the F& E-menu. You can access it by visiting Bulma's lab in the Capsule Corp building. So go back and check it out once you're free to do so.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Car – How to Build a Car
In the F& E menu you can build your car from different materials of the game. Once you have made all the important parts of the car, you can drive it at any time. If you want to upgrade, simply return to Bulma with additional materials.
If you are low on materials, remember that you can buy some of what you need at a materials store. There is one directly across the street from the Capsule Corp building. For rarer materials you need to go out into the world and explore. Look for speech bubbles that list the materials you'll need.
You also need Zeni (money) to build car parts. It's not very expensive, but if you're short on cash, you can sell items to shopkeepers around the world. Animal parts like fangs. Horns are an easy source of revenue. Also try to hunt dinosaurs, as the items they sometimes drop can be sold for many zeni.
It's also worth mentioning that once you've built your car, you can search the world for additional materials. This will make it much easier to collect materials in the long run. So make sure you build your car as soon as possible.
Once you are done building your car, you can visit the race icons on the map and participate in time trials. When you get past the specified times, you will receive various rewards. However, to achieve victory around the world, you will need to upgrade your car further. Soul Emblem developer community awards bonuses for your car's abilities. So make sure to keep them up to date as well.
A quick tip that is easy to overlook when racing: You don't have to drive on the street. Driving over grass and dirt will not slow you down. So remember to take curves if you want to achieve record times.