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Uub is Awaited in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

At almost a month after the release of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, there are plenty of demands from the fans regarding the future updates for the game. The story is recreated in a strong accordance with the flow of events from the anime, but there could be a lot of fun new Dragon Ball stuff that can improve the game significantly.

The character Uub is a pretty interesting addition in Dragon Ball Z and he had a bigger role in GT, just to say the least. He is the reincarnation of Kid Buu, perhaps the evilest villain in all Dragon Ball history. On the other hand, Uub was a good guy, and a recent line from Dragon Ball Z Kakarot is suggesting that he may come into the game:

What other student did Goku have than Uub? The two warriors began a long and intense period of training several years after the defeat of Kid Buu. Goku had a wish after killing Buu that the villain will return as a good guy, and King Yama made it possible. Goku, Vegeta, and the others had a huge surprise when they saw at the World Tournament that a young boy from Earth was outrageously strong. He put up a decent fight against Goku, and after that the beloved Sayian decided to train him. Until they went to the training field, Goku concluded that Uub was none other than the reincarnation of Majin Buu himself.

Buu was evil beyond belief

If you remember the evil monster Majin Buu, you would never believe that Uub is his reincarnation. They are totally opposed to each other. Buu in his final form (aka Kid Buu) was the definition of evil – nobody could negotiate in any way with him. All he knew was to destroy and kill for the sheer pleasure of it.

The latest easter egg from Dragon Ball Z Kakarot clearly points to the idea that Uub is coming to the game in a future DLC. Are you also eager to see him?

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