In accordance with a report from UnGeek, Ghost of Tsushima is one of the titles that players complete the most until the end of history. The Sucker Punch Productions installment has been completed by 50.2% of players who have tried the title at least once.
If that percentage seems low to you, you should see how other games in the “open world” genre do. GoT is the open world game with the best rate if we do not count Marvel’s Spider-Man that belongs to a border genre between open world and linear adventure. The Spider-Man game has a 50.8% percentage and is much shorter than Ghost of Tsushima.
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So Jin’s game stands out a lot, especially afterwards it is followed by Assassin’s Creed Origins with 38.2%, Far Cry 5 with 36.7% and Days Gone with 34.7%. If these percentages seem low to you, it is normal. Most players don’t finish the games they buy, and while the numbers aren’t exact, the same is true on all platforms.
The full list is as follows:
- Marvel’s Spider-Man – 50.8%
- Assassin’s Creed Origins – 38.2%
- Far Cry 5 – 36.7%
- Days Gone – 34.7%
- Horizon Zero Dawn – 34.1%
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – 30%
- The Witcher 3 – 29.8%
- Death Stranding – 28.6%
- Red Dead Redemption II – 28.2%
- Watch Dogs 2 – 24.9%
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – 19.8%
Take into account that Valhalla ranks low because it is very recent, but it is possible that over time it will reach the 30% terrain. In this open world genre we face very long titles so it is normal that many do not finish the experience until the end.
If we go to a slightly different genre, that of linear adventure, things improve a bit. The Last of Us 2 is the AAA game with the highest percentage with almost 60% of players finishing it until they see the credits. You can see these percentages yourself if you have completed these games, you only have to access the trophy or achievement that they give you for completing it and see the details, there you will see how many players have emulated your achievement.
Similarly, websites like PSNprofiles.com They also yield similar percentages, which is why Ghost of Tsushima (and Spider-Man, if you want to count it) is crowned as the open world games with more players interesting to the players until the end, something difficult these days.
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