Nioh Passes 2 Million Copies Shipped Worldwide

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Team Ninja has made an announcement regarding Nioh sales. Over two million copies of the game have been sold worldwide.

 

Previously, when Koei Tecmo revealed its latest financial results in April 2018, the company noted that 1,900,000 copies of Nioh had been shipped worldwide. That figure applied to both digital and physical copies.

 

Nioh is available on the PlayStation 4 and PC.


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