Dragon Ball Xenoverse Now Sells Over 2 Million Copies

by Damian Seeto

Bandai Namco has now revealed that Dragon Ball Xenoverse has now sold over 2 million copies since launch.

As reported by VG24/7 Italy, Bandai Namco’s Christophe Berrard made the announcement at the Level Up 2015 event in Milan. With Dragon Ball Xenoverse selling over 2 million copies worldwide, this is sure to make Bandai Namco very happy.

It was only one month ago that Bandai Namco announced that Dragon Ball Xenoverse sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide. An additional 500,000 people picked up to play the game in the span of just 4 weeks.

The main reason for Dragon Ball Xenoverse’s success could be because the game is available on more platforms than ever before. The new game came out for PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360. The game also introduced several new gameplay modes and somewhat offered a new take to the story. Other Dragon Ball Z games just recycled the same stories over and over again.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse also got more publicity thanks to the slate of new Dragon Ball Z movies being made. It was announced not too long ago that the Golden Frieza from the Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F film will be added as DLC. The third DLC is yet to have a release date, but hopefully it arrives in early May sometime.