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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot closing Dragon Ball Card Warriors online service in 2023

Posted on December 10, 2022 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Dragon Ball Card Warriors offline transfer

Dragon Ball Card Warriors, the card game included within Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, is coming to an end on most platforms in 2023. Bandai Namco hasn’t provided a specific date, but confirmed that the Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and Steam versions will be impacted.

The good news is that the feature won’t be entirely inaccessible. Bandai Namco has confirmed that it will release an offline version in which players can battle the CPU offline. Once an update is released, it’ll be possible to use existing profiles and cards via a data transfer function. However, “some items and features currently available in the online service, such as Platinum Coins, will not be available in the offline version.”

Here’s the full rundown on what can and can’t be transferred to the offline version in Dragon Ball Card Warriors:

Dragon Ball Card Warriors – Transferable items in the offline version

  • Owned Cards  
  • Deck Info 
  • Coins 
  • Card Points 
  • Gasha tickets (Card/Pack/Rare Pack/Premium Pack) 
  • Leader Icon 
  • Title 
  • Progress of the “Main Game Connection Mission” 
  • Card Sleeves 
  • Playing Mat 
  • Card Gallery 

Dragon Ball Card Warriors – Items that cannot be transferred in the offline version

  • Platinum coins in possession 
  • *All Platinum Coins, including those purchased for a fee, will not be transferred. 
  • *If you currently have Platinum Coins that you have paid for, please spend all of them before the expiration date. 
  • Battle Level 
  • Rank 
  • Progress in Training Battle 
  • Title/Leader Icon settings on profile page 
  • Progress in missions other than “Main Game Connection Mission” 
  • Unreceived mission rewards 
  • Unreceived gifts 

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot + A New Power Awakens Set is currently available on Switch. 


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