Nioh turns two-years-old this month, and to mark the occasion, developer Team Ninja has confirmed that the game has sold 2.5 million copies worldwide.
The critically acclaimed samurai-focussed actioner, which takes place in Japan during the 1600s, hit PlayStation 4 on February 8, 2017, before hacking and slashing its way over to the PC later that year.
Pleasingly, Sony unveiled a follow-up at E3 2018 during its press conference, although we haven't really heard all that much about it since then.
Nioh actually started out development way back in 2004 at Koei, and went through numerous incarnations before Team Ninja was brought in and reshaped the project into what we have today. I think it's fair to say things turned out for the best, eh?