Ghost of Tsushima has a new PlayStation record. Inspired by the notorious developer Sucker Punch, Kurosawa-inspired open world samurai game has become PlayStation Studios’ fastest-selling new intellectual property (IP). Since its release on PlayStation 4 in July, it has sold 5 million copies copy. According to Hermen Hulst, the head of the studio. In this case, it was defeated by Guerrilla Games’ PS4 game “Horizon Zero Dawn”.

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In a tweet on Thursday night, Hurst write: [Ghost of Tsushima] It is our fastest selling first-party original PS4 game. Since its debut in July, it has sold 5 million copies.What an incredible achievement [Sucker Punch Productions]! Sucker Punch’s official Twitter account reposted Hulst and Add to: “We are very happy, all the support shocked us! Thank you everyone [Ghost of Tsushima]! “

The key word here is “original”, because there are other PlayStation Studios games that perform better than “The Ghost of Tsushima”. Marvel’s “Spider-Man” sold 3.3 million units in only the first three days, but this is not the original name, because the IP is naturally owned by Marvel. The second part of “Our Last Part” was released one month before the release of Tsushima Ghost. More than 4 million copies were sold in the first three days, but since it is a sequel to existing property, it is not considered the original title .

Horizon Zero Dawn is the closest competing product to date. 2.6 million copies were sold in the first two weeks, and 3.4 million copies were sold in less than four months, with Tsushima Ghost ( Ghost of Tsushima) was released for almost less than four months.

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After its release, Sucker Punch provided a free multiplayer co-op mode in “Soul of Tsushima: Legend” and a 60fps free update for the recently launched PlayStation 5. It is said that Sucker Punch’s sequel is in development, thanks to Sucker Punch’s preparation of a new work list for writers with knowledge of feudal Japan.