Bandai Namco has released the sales figures for the action role-playing game Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Accordingly, it was able to sell more than 1.5 million copies within less than a month and can therefore be classified as a success. Another Dragon Ball game, however, doesn't quite come close.
The action role-playing game Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot for the PC and consoles was launched on January 17, 2020. Just a few weeks after the launch, it is clear that it will be a remarkable success. The publisher Bandai Namco has recently given initial information on the sales of the game. They can definitely be seen.
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So it has Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (buy now for € 59.99) brought to over 1.5 million copies sold in less than a month. Bandai Namco's previous forecast predicted two million sales by the end of the year. The action role-playing game is likely to achieve this goal much earlier. But even if the publisher can count the launch as a success, it doesn't quite come close to another game in the series: Dragon Ball FighterZ made more than two million copies sold in 2018 within the first week after the release.
Source: Bandai Namco
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot has already sold 1.5 million copies. (2) (Source: Bandai Namco)
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