Ghost of Tsushima was released on PlayStation 4 today. The game was developed by Sucker Punch Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, and is only available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro. This is a third-person action-adventure game that was first released at the Paris Olympic Week press conference in 2017. Now, after years of trailers and game videos, the game has been officially released in digital and disk format.
During the first Japanese invasion of Mongolia in 1274, you played the role of Jin Sakai (Jin Sakai), who was the last samurai on Tsushima Island’s journey to escape the Mongols. Jin was forced to change and adapt to his way of becoming a glorious warrior, and proposed new tactics and strategies to defeat the Mongols. The ghost of Tsushima (Thostshima) is inspired by the classic samurai movie and incorporates some elements from the movie of the famous director Akira Kurosawa (Akira Kurosawa). In fact, the game comes with a setting called “Blackpool Mode”, which applies a black and white filter, adds film grain, and adds wind to the program.
It has received positive reviews and ratings from Metacritic (83/100), IGN (9/10), Game Informer (9.5/10) and GameSpot (7/10). You can check our review of the game, in which to analyze the mechanics, gameplay and graphics. We gave it a score of 8 out of 10, and found it interesting, interesting, and cinematic.
Ghost of Tsushima can be purchased digitally through the PlayStation Store at a price of Rs. 3,999. This will provide you with the standard version of the game, while the digital deluxe version is priced at Rs. 4,799. The Digital Deluxe Edition provides you with some good things, as well as a basic game with 35.3GB of basic game installed. Ghost of Tsushima can also be purchased from Amazon and other online retailers. It is worth noting that the Standard Edition is currently out of stock on Amazon.
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