As uncovered during Sony’s State of Play stream Tuesday, The Game Awards had an all-encompassing look at Ghost of Tsushima, alongside a release window: summer 2020. The PlayStation 5 is set to land next Christmas season, so if this is Sony’s last huge first-party title for the PS4, it’s turning out to be a hell of a pretty swansong.
There had been very nearly zero news on the Ghost of Tsushima front since Sony offered a top to bottom look at E3 2018, so we’d been long past due for additional on Sucker Punch’s open-world adventure game. The trailer incorporates a mix of ongoing interaction and true to life film. Past a greater amount of those dazzling horseback rides, there’s a look at some stealth ongoing interaction and clues at what the account has coming up. There’s likewise a ravishing twilight fight, alongside other killer visuals, similar to a volley of flaming arrows.
Hero Jin will begin as a samurai and receive the character of The Ghost as he attempts to save his home. He’ll learn skills and “adopt tactics that are decidedly not samurai-like,” according to Sucker Punch. More insights concerning the hero, his partners and the penances he needs to make will emerge in the leadup to the game’s discharge.