Sucker Punch’s latest labor of love Ghost of Tsushima is certainly popular, and today PlayStation revealed quite a few interesting stats about the game.
The game has shipped 2.4 million copies in three days and topped the sales charts in the U.K. for two weeks straight (so far), but today we’re not talking about sales, at least not directly.
According to Sony Interactive Entertainment, players have sliced enemies in 156.4 million standoffs, have fought 57.5 million duels, have caused 139.4 million opponents to collapse in fear, have spent 810.3 collective years on horseback, have soaked in hot springs 16.2 million times, have composed 14.2 million haikus, and played 28.1 million tunes with their flute.
The photo mode has proved quite popular with 15.5 million pictures taken, while 17.1 million bamboo strikes have been completed.
Of course, everyone loves foxes, with 8.8 million of them getting petted, and 37.5 million Inari shrines honored.
The game was originally announced in 2017 at Paris Games Week and if you want to see more, you can enjoy the launch trailer, another from Japan, one focusing on the story, some videos showcasing the world, an extensive gameplay reveal, the previous trailer, another recent Japanese trailer, an earlier video, beautiful concept art, another trailer showcasing combat, one featuring exploration, and another showcasing customization.