Since its release in mid-July, Ghost of Tsushima has enjoyed great success with gamers, propelling it to become Sony’s most successful new IP of the generation. With more and more people venturing onto the island of Tsushima to face the Mongols, PlayStation has released a series of curious game statistics recorded throughout its first 10 days, from the number of duels or photos taken, even terrified enemies, or foxes caressed by their world.
According to the company, the Ghost of Tsushima players have played 57.5 million duels in the first 10 days of the game, have traveled on horseback for more than 810 years in total, have taken 15.5 million photos and have caressed more than 8.8 million foxes, a much lower figure than these animals deserve, since 37.5 million of their sanctuaries have been visited. According to analyst Daniel Ahmad on Twitter, the 15.5 million photos taken in 10 days are equivalent to 17 photos every second since the game’s premiere, so it is understood that Ghost of Tsushima’s Photo Mode has been a real hit among users.
The rest of the statistics are as curious as these that PlayStation highlights. Thus, we find that 156 million challenges have been performed – when you challenge enemies with the weapon holstered – and 139.4 million enemies have been caused to collapse on the ground terrified by Jin Sakai. 16.2 million hot springs have also been visited, 14.2 million haikus have been written, the flute has been played more than 28.1 million times, and 17.1 million bamboo cuts have been completed as training, another of the secondary activities of his world.
All of this as of July 27, of course, so let’s hope that the Ghost of Tsushima players have learned since you always have to pet the foxes after they guide you to an altar. We remind you that Ghost of Tsushima maintained its lead on the UK sales list for the second week in a row and that it recently received an update with a new difficulty mode and several additional tweaks.