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Ghost of Tsushima Pre-Orders Begin Today On The PlayStation Store

Ghost of Tsushima is an upcoming third-person action-adventure title produced by Suckerpunch exclusively for the PS4. Set in the late 13th century Japan the game itself has raised more than just a few eyebrows especially amongst hack and slash enthusiasts.

Set in the 13th century the main focus of the story is a samurai named Jin who in a time of an unparalleled Mongol invasion is the only one standing between China and mainland Japan. In these desperate times, Jin is to protect his land and his loved ones from the inevitable threat and while only a few of his mates are left he must do everything in his power to survive.

Ghost of Tsushima is set in an open world where players get to explore the vast lands of Japan and experience breathtaking sceneries all that with a mesmerizing story filled with countless engaging characters is nothing short of the word complete. With this game, players get a complete package and get to see the classic sword fighting game genre from a totally different lens.

Now given the fact that the game is to be released on July 17th close to when The Last of Us 2 is expected to debut sales could be effected but considering how much hype there is for both these exclusive titles fans aren’t the ones to complain surely. Moreover, the fact that many users would be staying at home observing social distancing it is no wonder that more content would be welcomed with both hands and content of this quality is nothing short of extraordinary.

Pre-orders begin today on the PlayStation Store and pre-ordering does come with a couple of benefits. Players would instantly receive the Ghost of Tsushima digital mini soundtrack along with a beautiful Jin PS4 dynamic theme and not to forget a Jin avatar to display on your PSN ID.

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Ibtehaj Temuri reporting from duty. My interests generally manoeuvre around video games, animation and works of fiction. Love to have a chat and any sort of criticism is worth my while.
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