Ghost of Tsushima Player Count and Stats (2024)

Ghost of Tsushima player count stats and factsHere are a few of the most interesting Ghost of Tsushima stats and facts I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Ghost of Tsushima player count:

9.73 million copies sold to date

Last updated 7/15/22

1 million games sold in Japan

Last updated 5/19/23

Percentage of Ghost of Tsushima players that have finished it:


Last updated 3/25/21

Number of Ghost of Tsushima game copies sold in its first 3 days:

2.4 million copies sold in its first 3 days

Interesting Ghost of Tsushima stats from its first 10 days:

  • 156.4 million standoffs
  • 57.5 million duels
  • 139.4 million enemies collapsed in fear
  • 810.3 years on horseback
  • 16.2 million onsen visited
  • 14.2 million haikus written
  • 28.1 million flute songs played
  • 8.8 million foxes petted
  • 17.1 million bamboo strikes completed
  • 37.5 million Inari shrines honored
  • 15.5 million photos taken


Copies of Ghost of Tsushima sold in July 2020:

1.9 million game copies

That’s all for now. Be sure to check back soon as we update all video game stats as soon as more are provided.

Game Description

“Ghost of Tsushima” is an action-adventure game developed by Sucker Punch Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was released on July 17, 2020, exclusively for the PlayStation 4.

Set in feudal Japan during the late 13th century, “Ghost of Tsushima” follows the story of Jin Sakai, a skilled samurai and the last surviving member of the Tsushima clan. The game takes place during the first Mongol invasion of Japan, and players must guide Jin as he embarks on a quest to protect his homeland and drive out the Mongol forces.

The gameplay in “Ghost of Tsushima” is divided between exploration, combat, and stealth. Players can freely explore the vast open world of Tsushima Island, which is inspired by historical locations in Japan and features lush landscapes, tranquil forests, and picturesque vistas.

In combat, players can engage enemies in fast-paced, intense sword fights, using various techniques and skills to defeat foes. The game also emphasizes the “Way of the Ghost,” where players can adopt stealth tactics, such as using distractions, stealthily taking down enemies, and utilizing gadgets like smoke bombs and kunai.

Throughout the game, players make choices that influence Jin’s character development and the story’s outcome. The decisions players make may affect Jin’s reputation as a samurai or as a fearsome ninja-like “Ghost,” presenting an interesting moral dilemma.

“Ghost of Tsushima” is praised for its stunning visuals, breathtaking art design, and cinematic presentation, capturing the essence of feudal Japan and creating an immersive experience for players.

The game’s soundtrack, composed by Ilan Eshkeri and Shigeru Umebayashi, complements the gameplay and further enhances the emotional depth of the story.

“Ghost of Tsushima” received widespread critical acclaim for its compelling narrative, engaging combat, and beautiful world design. It became one of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed games for the PlayStation 4.

In summary, “Ghost of Tsushima” offers a captivating and epic journey through feudal Japan, providing players with an unforgettable experience as they immerse themselves in the world of a samurai battling against the invading Mongol forces and facing the internal struggle of adopting the “Way of the Ghost” to save his homeland.

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