Ghost Of Tsushima PC Port Soars Through Steam Sales Chart After Official Reveal

The remarkable increase in pre-orders soon after reveal definitely surpassed expectations.

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  • Ghost of Tsushima PC port exploded in popularity after its reveal with pre-orders skyrocketing on Steam.
  • The entry became one of the most selling titles and towered over giants before sliding down to 19th place.
  • It is still outselling entries like Palworld, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Balatro, GTA 5, and more.

The PC port of Ghost of Tsushima gained immense popularity on Steam soon after its reveal. The pre-orders skyrocketed to the point that the entry quickly soared through the echelons of Steam’s most-selling games to take one of the top spots. After holding a domineering place near the top 10s for a while, the RPG has receded down to the 19th place. However, it is still outselling titles like Palworld, GTA 5, COD: MW2, and the like.

Ghost of Tsushima has already outsold many giants including Palworld and GTA 5.
The PC port has already outsold many giants including Palworld and GTA 5.

While there are some concerns, the fans are hopeful for a highly optimized PC port from the devs. The system requirements are still unannounced, but the title is set to launch on May 16, 2024.

Ghost Of Tsushima Is An Unforgettable Venture Woven Together With Meticulous Attention To Detail

Sucker Punch Production’s chef-d’oeuvre stands as one of the best PlayStation exclusives to launch worldwide in my opinion. A gripping tale of samurai artistry embued with aesthetic visuals and dynamic combat is one of the ways to briefly define the emotional saga. It featured the highest number of gameplay hours as a PlayStation Plus game last year. Additionally, the open-world RPG has sold over a million copies in Japan alone.  

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In some related news, a few fans have started bombarding the Steam page with hateful comments, asking others not to purchase the game.

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Ghost of Tsushima initially came out on July 17, 2020, for PlayStation 4 exclusively. An expanded Director’s Cut version was also released the following year in August for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. The title has since received a multiplayer mode and a captivating DLC that further adds to the charm of its open world.

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