Bad news for PlayStation 4 fans as a highly anticipated exclusive has it’s release date revealed as a hoax.
PlayStation 4 gamers have been left with a nasty surprise after it was revealed that the relatively close release date of a highly anticipated PlayStation exclusive title was in fact a hoax.
It all started when a document was supposedly leaked from a Sony stakeholder meeting which stated the the upcoming Sony title Ghost of Tsushima would be getting a late 2019 release.
As it turns out, this was a falsified record, however it has been confirmed by the game’s developer that it will be released early 2020.
Published by Sony and developed by Sucker Punch, Ghost of Tsushima is an anticipated title.
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Ghost of Tsushima is a third person action and stealth adventure centered around the events of the Mongol invasion of Japan and the final Samurai warriors who defended themselves against the onslaught.
The game is noted for it’s beautiful rendition of Japanese culture, with traditional fighting styles, authentic armor and weapons and captivating open world.
Combat in the game is said to be very realistic with the character and indeed the player having to master various combat techniques in order get the edge over the invading Mongol warriors.
The developers are said to have drawn a lot of inspiration from early Japanese cinema and Samurai movies, with David Ishamaru, a historical sword fighting expert as consultant for combat in the game.
Other features in the game are to be of the typical open world style such as side quests, leveling, interactive NPC’s and mounts.
Sucker Punch are known for their excellent open world games from the Infamous series so this game is one to watch.
Ghost of Tsushima is expected in early 2020 for PlayStation 4.
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