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Ghost of Tsushima is now the biggest single-player PlayStation release on PC

A few days ago, Sony released Ghost of Tsushima on PC. And, this weekend, this game managed to surpass the peak number of concurrent players of God of War, meaning that it’s now the biggest single-player PlayStation release on PC.

Here are all the PlayStation games on PC, filtered by the peak number of concurrent players.

Sony PlayStation games player stats on PC

The first game is no other than Helldivers 2, followed now by Ghost of Tsushima. However, Helldivers 2 is an Online game. As such, the biggest single-player launch on PC is now Ghost of Tsushima.

This basically means that GoT has surpassed God of War, the Horizon games, the Spider-Man games, and The Last of Us Part I.

To be honest, I’m not surprised by the game’s success. For years I’ve been saying that GoT would be a commercial hit on PC. And, from the looks of it, I was right.

Now imagine what will happen if Sony releases the Demon’s Souls Remake on PC. I don’t get why Sony hasn’t done this yet. There’s a big market for Souls games on PC. So, you’d think this would be one of the first games to come out on PC. But here we are, and there’s still no news about it. It just doesn’t make any sense.

The announcement of Assassin’s Creed Shadows might have helped increase the PC sales of Ghost of Tsushima. That’s mere speculation and nothing more. Still, the announcement of AC: Shadows may have made people interested in another action-adventure game set in Japan.

Not only that but the PC port appears to be in a great state. Ghost of Tsushima supports both NVIDIA DLSS 3 and AMD FSR 3.0. Moreover, it’s the first PC game that allows you to use NVIDIA DLSS 3 Super Resolution with AMD FSR 3.0 Frame Generation.

For those wondering, our PC Performance Analysis will go live tomorrow.

Stay tuned for more!