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Dragon Ball FighterZ sales surpass five million

Bandai Namco has announced that its latest fighting DBZ game, Dragon Ball FighterZ, has hit a new sales record. According to the publisher, Arc System Works’ fighting game has sold over five million copies worldwide.

Dragon Ball FighterZ came out in 2018. Thus, it took Bandai Namco two years in order to hit this 5 million goal. Since then, Arc System Works and Bandai Namco have been constantly supporting it. Arc System Works has released a numerous new characters from almost all of the Dragon Ball arcs.

It’s also worth noting that the PC version works as a charm. As we’ve reported on our PC Performance Analysis, the game runs smoothly on a variety of PC system configurations.

Dragon Ball FighterZ maximizes high-end anime graphics and brings easy to learn but difficult to master fighting gameplay. This fighting game is one of the best visually DBZ games to date. Furthermore, Arc System Works has respected the game’s lore, and added numerous iconic moments to it.

Unfortunately, Bandai Namco has not revealed any specific platform sales for Dragon Ball FighterZ. As such, we don’t know how profitable its PC version was. According to Steamspy, there are between 500K and 1 million PC gamers.

Dragon Ball FighterZ PC sales estimate

Bandai Namco has not revealed any new sales figures for its other Dragonball game, Dragon Ball Z Kakarot. Back in March 2020, the publisher claimed that this game had sold two million units worldwide.

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