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Ghost of Tsushima is PlayStation’s fourth biggest Steam launch

da Brasileirão Série D: Ghost of Tsushima is publisher PlayStation’s fourth biggest Steam launch in terms of concurrent players.

da moverbet: According to figures from SteamDB, the game has attracted a peak of 59,244 concurrent players since its release on Thursday.

That total has only been bettered by three Sony published games, two of which were developed by its internal studios.

Helldivers 2, which is developed by third-party studio Arrowhead, leads the way with 458,709 concurrent players, ahead of God of War with 73,529 and Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered with 66,436.

Ghost of Tsushima’s peak player count, which could yet rise going into the weekend, is already ahead of those set by titles including Horizon Zero Dawn, Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition and The Last of Us Part I.

The current top 10 peak concurrent player counts achieved by PlayStation games on Steam is as follows:

Helldivers 2 (458,709)God of War (73,529)Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered (66,436)Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut (59,244)Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition (56,557)Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition (56,557)The Last of Us Part I (36,496)Days Gone (27,450)Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales (13,539)Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (10,851)

The PC version of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, which is also available via the Epic Games Store, was developed by Nixxes in collaboration with original creator Sucker Punch Productions.

It has been well received by players on Steam, with 85% of its 4,573 reviews being positive at the time of publication.

Sony said earlier this week that Helldivers 2 sold 12 million copies in its first 12 weeks, making the PS5 and PC game its fastest-selling ever.

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