BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle shipments and digital sales top 450,000

Second anniversary sale begins in Japan.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle

Total worldwide shipments and digital sales for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle have surpassed 450,000 units, publisher and developer Arc System Works announced.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle first launched for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam in May 2018. An arcade version was released in Japan in April 2019.

Arc System Works also announced the “BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle 2nd Anniversary Sale” for Japan. The sale will run from June 10 to 23 on PlayStation 4 and June 11 to 24 on Switch. The deals are as follows:

  • Bundles
    • BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Basic Edition (PS4, Switch) – 1,000 yen (76 percent off regular 4,180 yen price)
    • BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition (PS4, Switch) – 5,000 yen (33 percent off 7,480 yen price)
  • Downloadable Content
    • Additional Character Packs 1 to 7 (PS4, Switch) – 1,500 yen (38 percent off regular 2,444 yen price)
    • Version 2.0 Expansion Pack (PS4, Switch) – 2,500 yen (15 percent off regular 2,970 yen price)
    • Additional Character Packs 1 to 6 (Individual) – 400 yen each (34 percent off regular 612 yen price points)
    • Additional Character Pack 7 – 700 yen (31 percent off regular 1,019 yen price point)
    • Additional Color Sets 1 to 3 (Individual) – 250 yen each (38 percent off regular 407 yen price points)

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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