Dragon Ball FighterZ hits 3.5 million units sold worldwide

Dragon Ball FighterZ has been instant transmissioned into 3.5 million gamers hands worldwide.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ released back at the end of September, and since then it has taken the fighting game scene by storm picking up over 3.5 million gamers across the globe.

The news comes from the official Dragon Ball FighterZ Twitter account, where the publisher Bandai Namco announced that the title "has exceeded 3.5 million in total worldwide cumulative number of shipments (including DL version)!" As per usual Google Translate has butchered this translation, but what we can learn from it is that Dragon Ball FigthterZ has shipped 3.5 million units worldwide and that this figure also includes digital downloads.

If you have been out of the hype for Dragon Ball FighterZ and consider yourself a bit of a Dragon Ball fan, I'd point you directly towards the games trailer which showcases most, if not all, iconic characters that are ever so known throughout the anime series. If you happen to own a Nintendo Switch, Dragon Ball FighterZ could literally fall straight into your lap, check out the Nintendo Switch launch trailer here.

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