There have also been 156.4 million standoffs and 14.2 million haikus written.
Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima has been an incredible success for Sony, selling over 2.4 million units in its first three days. Within the first 10 days of release, its players have racked up some impressive stats. As the PlayStation Twitter notes, players have engaged in 57.5 million duels and taken 15.5 million photos.
They’ve also pet 8.8 million foxes and spent 810 years on horseback. Total flute songs played equaled 28.1 million while the number of haikus written – good or bad – hit 14.2 million. Standoffs are significantly higher in number than duels, totaling 156.4 million. And finally, the number of enemies who cowered in fear of the Ghost was a staggering 139.4 million. There’s no stat on the number of enemies who’s suffering was ended but give it time.
Ghost of Tsushima is currently available for PS4 – you can check out our review here. It recently received a major update that added Lethal difficulty and Lower Intensity Combat while allowing for larger text size. Stay tuned for more updates on its success in the coming days.
You've all been busy! Stats from the first 10 days of #GhostofTsushima
⚔️ 57.5 million duels
🦊 8.8 million foxes petted
🐎 810 years on horseback
📸 15.5 million photos taken
And more: pic.twitter.com/5LFSxvSjbC
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) July 31, 2020