GHOST OF TSUSHIMA Sells 5 Million Copies to Become Sony's "Fastest-Selling First Party Original PS4 Game"


Category: Ghost of Tsushima

GHOST OF TSUSHIMA Sells 5 Million Copies to Become Sony's

This year's Ghost of Tsushima has exceeded all expectations yet again, as Sucker Punch Productions' critically acclaimed open-world game has officially sold well over 5 million copies — on PlayStation 4 alone — so far.

"Ghost of Tsushima is our fastest-selling first party original PS4 game with more than 5 million copies sold since its debut in July," Head of Sony Worldwide Studios Hermen Hulst proudly revealed earlier today.

That's right, Ghost of Tsushima is still performing better than fan-favourite PS4 titles like Horizon Zero Dawn, Bloodborne, Days Gone, The Last Guardian, Until Dawn, and The Order: 1886. Although Ghost of Tsushima is a sales juggernaut, you probably shouldn't compare its achievement to various sequels (The Last of Us Part II, Killzone Shadow Fall, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End) and reboots (God of War, Ratchet & Clank, Spider-Man).

Those who have not given Ghost of Tsushima a fair shot yet may want to play it for the first time on their PS5 (via backward compatibility), as its next-gen version reaches 60 frames per second without breaking a sweat.

Considering that Ghost of Tsushima is a huge success for both Sony and Sucker Punch, it's safe to say that the Infamous Second Son studio is already working on a PS5-exclusive sequel to their biggest hit to date — and that's exactly what an official job listing recently posted on the beloved developer's website suggests.

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