Bandai Namco’s fighting game Dragon Ball Xenoverse has shipped over 1.5 milllion copies worldwide, the publisher announced today. The figure makes sense, given that the game was the second most-sold PlayStation 4 title on the PlayStation Network last month, despite being released on February 24.
On the success of the game, producer Masayuki Hirano said, “I would like to thank everyone for their support on this new challenge. We decided to take a risk and create a completely new concept to entertain our fans and Dragon Ball lovers and we are quite proud of the successful result!”
The first downloadable content pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse is now available on Steam and the Xbox Market Place, and will be available on the PlayStation Network on March 18. The game’s launch wasn’t all smooth sailing however, with servers woes causing multiplayer issues early on.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse is not the only game to have breached new milestones as of late. Simulation game Cities: Skylines shifted more than half a million copies a week after it launched, as did Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask.
Check out how Dragon Ball Xenoverse scored in GameSpot’s review.