According to Bandai Namco's latest financial presentation, Dragon Ball FighterZ has done rather well for itself since it launched back in January of this year. The superb brawler has shifted 2.5 million copies in under four months, making it one of the fastest selling fighting games of this generation.
The publisher also notes that Tekken 7 -- which released in June 2017 -- has reached 2.8 million copies. It'll be interesting to see whether future support can push it above 3 million.
Bandai Namco says that both games have exceeded expectations, which is obviously good for the company. And, as is the case with just about every major publisher, Bandai Namco points out that digital sales are becoming increasingly significant, especially here in the West.
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