Bandai Namco Entertainment has been on a roll here lately, revealing new information left and right for its upcoming action RPG, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. In the past week or two alone, the game publisher has given players their first looks at Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Vegito, and even Majin Vegeta. The most recent reveal was the full world map of the game, which is expansive to say the least.

Earth itself is divided into several locations, roughly 19 of them, which are explored in the Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot video below. It covers everything from Ginger Town, where Cell's first form appeared, to small villages like that of the original Dragon Ball's Nam the Peddler. It also includes the major cities associated with the anime, such as West City, to small, iconic places like Goku's House and Kame House.

There are three areas for players to travel to that are not on Earth: King Kai's World, Supreme Kai's World, and Namek. It's unclear just how often players could actually return to any of these areas, but that's likely factored into the chronology of events. Players will spend time on Namek during the Frieza Saga, where players will also meet the DBZ: Kakarot original character Bonyu, and players may spend time on King Kai's World given the length that Goku spends training there early in the anime and later on.

Supreme Kai's World won't likely be available until near the end of the game, as it is where Adult Gohan travels to unlock his internal potential and fetch the Z-Sword, and it proves to be the final battle ground of Goku and Kid Buu. Since Adult Gohan is playable, though, it seems likely the area will be more involved than some would expected.

Regardless, with the sheer amount of areas, it seems like Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is shaping up to deliver on its promise of an in-depth DBZ game. At the very least, it seems sizeable enough to do so.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is set to release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 17, 2020.