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Dragon Ball FighterZ Surpasses 5 Million in Worldwide Shipments and Digital Sales

Dragon Ball FighterZ has performed properly for itself since launching in January 2018 and it simply hit a new milestone of 5 million in worldwide shipments and digital gross sales.

Furthermore, Bandai Namco introduced that it’ll give out free items to all gamers to commemorate the event. Players will obtain three foyer characters with the next:

  • Android 21 Special 01
  • Goku (SSGSS) Special 01
  • Vegeta (SSGSS) Special 01

Additionally, give million Zeni will exit to all gamers. You can choose up the items by merely logging on by May 28, 2020 at 11:59pm JST.

Dragon Ball FighterZ hit round Four million in worldwide shipments and digital gross sales last October. However, the final time the quantity got here from Bandai Namco was from October 2018 when it reached 3.5 million. The milestone earlier than that was 2 million in February 2018, only a month after launch, when it turned the fastest-selling Dragon Ball recreation to achieve two million in worldwide shipments.

While the sport is already over two years previous, it continues receiving new content material with the most recent being the FighterZ Pass 3. So far we received its first further character Kefla and Goku (Ultra Instinct) coming tomorrow, May 22, 2020.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is presently obtainable for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC by way of Steam.

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