Few details of the game are now available, but it will be set in feudal-era Japan and involve the Mongol invasion. The trailer for the game showcased some fantastic cinematic visuals however if you were doubting that it was all CGI, Sucker Punch has confirmed that the footage was all in-engine and the trailer aims to showcase what they want to achieve with an open world Samurai game in Japan.
The developer behind the inFAMOUS franchise is going back to Japan in the year 1274. We don't have a release date yet, but we know it's coming to PS4, and, as is often the case with PS4 exclusives, we probably shouldn't expect it before last 2018.
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Ghost of Tsushima is an open-world action game set during the feudal period of Japan, and will allow players to "see the power of the Mongol Empire first-hand". Using the "way of the Ghost", you'll rely on all of your training as a samurai to take back Tsushima once and for all.
"Ghost of Tsushima is an action, stealth adventure game where you play as a samurai in feudal Japan". But, honorable tactics won't lead you to victory. Seeing how Sucker Punch is a first party developer for Sony, we can expect it to release exclusively for PlayStation consoles. The trailer was brief, but it showed quite a bit of potential.
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