A couple of days after the pre-load option became available, PlayStation has officially released the launch trailer for Ghost of Tsushima. Set to release this Friday, July 17, the exclusive will become accessible to the PS4 users. As a celebration of that, an official launch trailer has been published.
Ghost of Tsushima will set players onto the productive Japanese environment where negative encounters are always on the rise. Within a size of 35GB, Ghost of Tsushima packs an extensive and prolonged territory, including length gameplay.
As Tsushima is on the brink of destruction, Jin Sakai’s sacrificial option is to save his home and people, while the Mongol invaders are on the path to prevent that from happening. As a fan myself, I’d advise you to play the game on the hardest difficulty because… immersion. What’s exciting if you mangle through the entire content without a proper challenge.
Unlike other video games, Ghost of Tsushima doesn’t seem to be an overhyped title. Most of the fans would compare the game to Assassin’s Creed set in Japan, which indeed sounds fantastic.