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Ghost of Tsushima release date revealed by Sony

PlayStation 4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima finally has an official release date.

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PlayStation 4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima finally has an official release date.

The latest game from Sucker Punch, the studio behind the Infamous and Sly Cooper series, is releasing this summer. More specifically, Sony has revealed that Ghost of Tsushima will launch on June 26, 2020.

The long-awaited samurai title was previously confirmed for summer 2020. Sony has released a story trailer, showcasing the titular Ghost, Jin Sakai, but I’m still having a hard time understanding what’s going on with this game, to be honest. Sony also revealed multiple editions of the game, with special versions that include statues, an art book, exclusive in-game items, and other goodies.

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The trailer indicates that war is coming, and highlights some Sekiro-ish sneaking and stabbing. But, so far, Sucker Punch hasn’t shown much gameplay. Hopefully The Last of Us Part II’s imminent release means that we’ll see more Ghost gameplay soon.


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