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Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku!

PS4 PS Vita
Total player count
as of 12 January 2020
New players
12 Dec – 12 Jan
MAU (monthly active users)
including new players

Number of players by platform

Some gamers can play on both platforms, so the whole can be less or more than the sum of its parts.

Total player count PlayStation 4 10,000 42%
PlayStation Vita 14,000 58%
New players PlayStation 4 +200 57%
PlayStation Vita +100 43%
MAU PlayStation 4 300 59%
PlayStation Vita 200 41%

Total player count by date and platform

Note: before 10 November 2018 shows the lower bound of the estimate. The chart is getting more accurate with every update.
Usually the starting date is the date of the first trophy earned.

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PS4 PS Vita

22,000 players (90%)
earned at least one trophy

200 accounts (0.7%)
with nothing but Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku!

103 games
the median number of games on accounts with Cladun Returns: This is Sengoku!

Popularity by region

Relative popularity
compared to other regions
Region's share
North America3x more popular38%
Central and South America1.2x less popular1.9%
Western and Northern Europe1.4x more popular15%
Eastern and Southern Europe1.4x less popular0.9%
Asia6x more popular39%
Middle East3x less popular0.2%
Australia and New Zealand1.2x more popular0.9%

Popularity by country

Relative popularity
compared to other countries
Country's share
Japan11x more popular38%
United States2.5x more popular35%
Canada2x more popular3%
Germany1.9x more popular4%
Belgium1.9x more popular0.9%
United Kingdom1.7x more popular6%
Hong Kong1.4x more popular1.5%
Brazil1.2x more popular1.5%
Australia1.2x less popular0.9%
Italy1.3x less popular0.9%
France1.5x less popular2%
Russia1.6x less popular0.6%
Poland2x less popular0.2%
Argentina2.5x less popular0.2%
Netherlands3x less popular0.2%
Mexico4x less popular0.2%
Saudi Arabia5x less popular0.2%
Spain8x less popular0.2%
China ~ 0%
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Every estimate is ±10% (and bigger for small values).
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