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Bandai Namco announced today that its mobile game Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle has passed 150 million downloads globally. The free-to-play title launched for iOS and Android in 2015. The Dragon Ball franchises is one of the biggest anime hits in Japanese history, and the series has also found a following outside of the country.
“Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle brings the popular Dragon Ball Z anime series to mobile devices with beloved characters, action packed battles, and board game-style gameplay,” Bandia Namco detailed in a press release sent to GamesBeat.
To celebrate the milestone, Dokkan Battle is giving out in-game rewards. For every 50 Dragon Stones (an in-game premium currency) that players have used since the title launch, players will get one Summon Ticket. You can use these to unlock new characters.
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