'Dragon Ball Z Kakarot' has shifted 1.5 million units in its first week.
The action RPG title launched on January 17 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and has certainly proved popular.
Bandai Namco are aiming to sell two million by March 31, and it's certainly looking like they could surpass that figure.
It was previously reported that the game takes around 35 to 40 hours to complete.
A review of the game by Japanese publication Famitsu stated the number of hours it will take to finish the whole saga with and without the side quests, with an overall total of between 80 and 100 hours.
The translated review read: "Releasing on the 17th of January, just three weeks from now, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is genuinely looking like the best Dragon Ball Z game to have been released, period.
"While the controls, from my experience, will take a little getting used to, I can honestly imagine DBZ Kakarot being one of, if not the most well-received games based on the animé. From the time I've spent with it, it's certainly looking like it'll be my favourite, provided the game carries on with the quality and diversity shown in it's first three to four hours."