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Ghost of Tsushima sold 9.73 million copies on PS5 and PS4; Foxes have been petted 75.18 million times



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Ghost of Tsushima sold 9.73 million copies on PS5 and PS4; Foxes have been petted 75.18 million times


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Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima turns two years old on Sunday, July 17, and the developer has released some stats to celebrate.

Posted on July 15, 2022 Giuseppe Nelva

Home » News » Ghost of Tsushima has sold 9.73 million copies on PS5 and PS4; Foxes have been petted 75.18 million times

Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima turns two years old on Sunday, July 17, and the developer has released some stats to celebrate.

First, we learned that 9.73 million copies have been sold to customers as of July 3, including the PS4, PS5, original, and Director’s Cut versions.

78 million photos were taken, 91.4 million Legends mode missions were played, 998.5 million matchups and 450.8 million duels occurred.

Players have relaxed in the hot springs 94.76 million times and have spent a total of 6,437.4 years riding.

Of course, the most important stat is that the game’s lovable foxes have been petted 75.18 million times.

The announcement was made via Twitter, as you can see below.

This weekend marks two years since the release of #GhostOfTsushima! We’ve been blown away by all the support since then and so thankful for all of you! Thanks to everyone who played and shared this journey with us!

Here are some of the amazing stats since launch: pic.twitter.com/DMgzYGTih1

— Sucker Punch Productions 🎮 Ghost of Tsushima (@SuckerPunchProd) July 15, 2022

For a new IP, Ghost of Tsushima was extremely successful, despite some doubting its mass-market appeal due to the Japanese setting. It turns out that Japan is great! Who would have thought?

If you want to know why Ghost of Tsushima is so successful, you can read our review of the original game and the new content added with the Director’s Cut.

The game was also highly regarded in Japan, so much so that its developers were named official ambassadors of the island of Tsushima.

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