Like most new mass-release console titles, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has some of the standard enhancements that are usually added for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One X, meaning you'll get the most out of the game on those systems. .
The game is already gorgeous, but watching the cutscenes and exploring the world in 4K Ultra HD or at least improved graphics quality over what you'd see on normal consoles is well worth it if you have the option to use the enhancements .
As usual, we're not sure exactly what's been improved for each console, but it looks like each one offers 4K visuals or HDR upscaling where available. So at the very least, the image quality and overall look of the game will be better on newer model consoles.
For Xbox One X, most games enhanced specifically for the more powerful case receive premium 4K Ultra HD upscaling and deliver both a higher level of performance and more stable frame rates. On the other hand, PS4 Pro enhancements provide HDR and other graphical enhancements, but only offer improved gameplay in certain areas for certain titles.
More upgrades are readily seen on the Xbox One version of the game, but both have enhanced experiences on the X and Pro consoles.
Kakarot runs fine without any of the enhancements active, but the 4K visuals make the game look much more dynamic thanks to the way shading is used on characters and other models.