Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and Dragon Ball FighterZ sell over ten million copies worldwide
Bandai Namco announced today that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and Dragon Ball FighterZ have each surpassed cumulative shipments of ten million copies worldwide. That’s based on data collected across all platforms. It’s worth noting that both titles have set new sales records for Dragon Ball console games.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which first released in 2016 and a year later in Switch, has the largest number of playable characters among current Dragon Ball console game titles, with up to 129 characters (including paid DLC). According to Bandai Namco, is still has “one million monthly active users, with many fans regularly playing the game.”
As for Dragon Ball FighterZ, it released in 2018 and a year later on Switch. Bandai Namco says it’s the fastest to achieve ten million copies sold worldwide since the release of the first Dragon Ball console game.
To celebrate each game surpassing ten million copies sold, both games are offering a token of gratitude to fans all over the world. For Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, there’ll be a special raid quest and a login bonus campaign.
Dragon Ball FighterZ will add a new ranked match challenge and give players access to the game’s DLC characters for free for a limited time and at select intervals. This will be happening between May 9 and June 22.
Source: Bandai Namco PR