Ghost of Tsushima Day Update Will Be About 8GB

Ghost of Tsushima Day Update Will Be About 8GB

Last updated on July 9th, 2020

First day patch for upcoming samurai action adventure title Ghost of Tsushima will require around 8GB according to patch notes.

Ghost of Tsushima Day Update Will Be About 8GB

The patch notes for upcoming Ghost of Tsushima has outlined the size for the day one patch for the open-world action game. According to the latest leaked info flagged by Twisted Voxel, the day one update size will be 7.9 GB. This includes both 1.01 and 1.02. updates to release on day one.

So far there isn’t much detail for the patch notes, only referring to fixes to localisation issues and some various bugs. This update will be released on top of the previously revealed total game size Ghost of Tsushima which is 50GB. So if you’re planning on playing, be sure to reserve some space for the upcoming patches.

Recently Ghost of Tsushima was announced by Sucker Punch to have gone gold, meaning it’s all set to be released on time for launch day. Some new details have been released since then including your horse won’t be able to die.

Ghost of Tsushima is an open-world samurai tale focuses on action-adventure, set in Japan in 1274, following the Mongol invasion. The story follows the feuding sides as warfare, chaos and violent change ensues. Players will follow the protagonist Jin Sakai, a warrior skilled in the art of the samurai in a tale of “revenge, empowerment, and hope”.

Ghost of Tsushima will be releasing on July 17th exclusively on Playstation 4 and later on Playstation 5. If you want to know more about the game be sure to check out our Ghost Of Tsushima: Gameplay First Impressions Analysis.

For more news be sure to read next Xbox Series X Games Showcase Announced For July 23rd and Mortal Shell Open Beta Is Now Available Via Epic Games Store. You can also check out Horizon Zero Dawn Comes To PC In August.


News Editor at Fextralife. Yuria is an avid PC gamer and Twitch streamer who online multi-player games and believes games should have amazing storylines not just great graphics.

View my other posts

Log in to leave a Comment