Worrying statistics have been released about the game Ghostwire: Tokyo, according to which dogs are more popular among players than dogs.
The horror action game Ghostwire: Tokyo came out a little over a year ago, and right away you could meet both dogs and cats in the game world. Both can also be petted, but the statistics revealed by the publisher Bethesda show a great injustice towards cats.
In the statistical graphic below, it is reported that players have petted dogs more than 21.5 million times, but cats have received similar attention only a little over six million times.
This staggering injustice is slightly offset by the fact that the players have also saved a whole bunch of cats. The recent free Spider’s Thread update brought a bunch of stray cats to the game, which players have already rescued more than 83,000 times.
Bethesda revealed the stats on Twitter, and you can find even more figures from the Spider’s Thread mode in the tweet below.
Ghostwire: Tokyo available for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. So, on these platforms, you can rush to correct the injustice that happened to the cats.
So many doggos petted! So many cats rescued!
From the number of spirits saved to the deadliest threats in the Spider’s Thread Mode, check out our player stats for #GhostwireTokyo! ⛩️ pic.twitter.com/1igF0U7Fni
— Bethesda Nordic (@Bethesda_Nordic) May 24, 2023
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