The PC version of Dragon Ball Fighterz was slightly delayed from its console counterparts (and it even took an extra hour at the very end), but the delay doesn’t seem to have at all dampened players’ enthusiasm. Not even two hours after the game finally unlocked at the time of this writing, DBFZ is already the most-played fighting game in Steam history. And it’s not even close.
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Dragon Ball Fighterz has rocketed up the Steam charts, already up to 44,298 concurrent players in-game. (For those keeping track at home, that is indeed over 9,000.) That dwarfs the records posted by games like Tekken, Street Fighter, and Mortal Kombat, proving once again that people really like Dragon Ball.
For comparison, here are some of the all-time peak player counts for various traditional fighting games on PC, via Steam Charts: