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Project Nimbus: Code Mirai

PS4

PSN user rating: 80.5% (votes: 541)
Total player count
30,000
as of 19 November 2020
New players
+200
19 Oct – 19 Nov
Returning players
300
Returning players who have earned at least one trophy in the last month.

Archive as of 19 November 2020, no future updates

Total player count by date

Note: the chart is not accurate before 1 May 2018.
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29,000 players (98%)
earned at least one trophy

~100% players
have other games besides Project Nimbus: Code Mirai on their account

105 games
the median number of games on accounts with Project Nimbus: Code Mirai

2 days
the median retention period (between the first and the last trophy), players without trophies are excluded. Includes only those players who played the game after 1 May 2018.

Popularity by region

Relative popularity
compared to other regions
Region's share
North America2x more popular23%
Central and South America1.3x more popular1.7%
Western and Northern Europe1.8x less popular4%
Eastern and Southern Europe5x less popular0.2%
Asia30x more popular68%
Middle East1.4x less popular0.3%
Australia and New Zealand3x more popular1.3%

Popularity by country

Relative popularity
compared to other countries
Country's share
Japan35x more popular68%
United States2x more popular22%
Australia1.9x more popular1.3%
Brazilworldwide average1%
Mexicoworldwide average0.5%
United Kingdom1.4x less popular1.8%
Canada1.6x less popular0.7%
France1.8x less popular1.2%
Saudi Arabia2x less popular0.3%
Argentina2.5x less popular0.2%
Italy2.5x less popular0.3%
Netherlands3x less popular0.2%
Russia4x less popular0.2%
Germany9x less popular0.2%
Spain ~ 0%
Poland ~ 0%
Hong Kong ~ 0%
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Every estimate is ±10% (and bigger for small values).
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