Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Sells over 500,000 Copies Worldwide on the Nintendo Switch

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has sold over 500,000 copies for the Nintendo Switch thanks to the Nintendo community.

According to a recent tweet from the official Dragon Ball gaming Twitter account, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has sold over 500,000 copies worldwide for the Nintendo Switch. In the tweet, they thank their fans, mention how they have sold over 500,000 copies worldwide, and apologize for the shortages of physical copies, which they plan to restock in early February.

Dragon Ball Z is not only considered one of the main pillars of anime, it's also a pillar for anime fighting games. Because of this, the franchise has been involved in the gaming industry since the '80s. With that in mind, the year-old port gathered a lot of support when it first came to the Nintendo Switch, remaining on the Top 15 Best Sellers list on the Nintendo eShop for the first month after release. Fans are clamoring for the next game in the Dragon Ball Z franchise, and with support from the Nintendo community, the hope is to bring the upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ franchise to the Nintendo Switch. 

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Published Jan. 15th 2018

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