Not a week has passed since the release of Ghost of Tsushima, but the new Sucker Punch adventure is already enjoying good commercial results. A few days ago, we informed you that it had been the best-selling game of the week in the United Kingdom, and now it’s Japan’s turn. The Japanese PlayStation account on Twitter has published a warning message for those interested in the game: the demand is so great that there is already a lack of stock in Japanese stores.
“Ghost of Tsushima has had a better reception than we expected, and some stores are out of stock,” says the official PlayStation account in Japan. Apparently, the desire of Japanese users to launch into the island of Tsushima was greater than the company had anticipated, and its good sales have caused the absence of units in the stores in the country.
In this sense, PlayStation adds that they are working on the production of more physical copies, and reminds Japanese users that there is always the option of purchasing Ghost of Tsushima in digital format from the PS Store. In the absence of knowing the physical sales figures this Thursday, as Famitsu magazine usually publishes, it seems that Sucker Punch is enjoying good results this week in stores around the world.
It is also very remarkable that it is a western game, which has not prevented Japanese media such as the aforementioned Famitsu from giving the highest possible grade to the adventure.