Sony has bagged another PS4 exclusive in the form of Ghost of Tsushima, developed by Sucker Punch. Sucker Punch Productions has been around since the late 90s and developed the popular game InFamous from the late 2000s.
Now they set their sights on a story that takes place in East Asia around the 11th Century. The story follows Jun Sakai, in the later game known to the Mongols invading, as The Ghost. The Mongol army led by the ruthless Khotun Khan. Trained by his uncle Shimura, the jito (lord) of Tsushima, Jin is a very skilled samurai, who against his uncle advice and teachings, adopts a more cunning technique to overcome his enemies.
Ghost of Tsushima is ser to release on PS4 on June 26, which was announced in a trailer the developer released earlier this week. As well as the new trailer, Sony and Sucker Punch have also released three versions of Ghost of Tsushima which are available for pre-order. You can pre-order the Digital Deluxe Edition on the Playstation Store here.
You can watch the newest trailer below!
Digital Deluxe Edition
First, the Standard edition will include the base game. Then, there’s the Digital Deluxe Edition, which includes the Hero of Tsushima skin set (included in it is an in-game horse, saddle, mask, sword and armour set for Jin). This edition also comes with in-game items, the Charm of Hachiman’s Favor and one technique point. And finally, a Samurai PS4 dynamic theme, to gain access to all these items will cost you $70.
Physical Special Edition
They also released a $70 physical Special Edition. In it is a SteelBook case, as well as additional digital items, such as a mini artbook by Dark Horse, developer commentary, everything included in the Digital Deluxe Edition, and both the sword and mask from the Hero of Tsushima set.
If you’re a baller then this $170 Collector’s Edition is for you. Included in this edition is a polyresin replica of the mask Jin wears in the game, with a stand that is individually numbered (Sucker Punch also notes that the mask isn’t suitable for wearing). To fly the colors, you get a 4.5 foot-long sashimono (war banner), a traditional-style furoshiki (wrapping cloth), and an artistic rendition of the world map printed on cloth. You also get everything from the Digital Deluxe Edition, and finally a 48-page physical art book from Dark Horse.