Ghost of Tsushima Trailer Inspired by Classic Japanese Cinema

Ghost of Tsushima Trailer Inspired by Classic Japanese Cinema

The latest trailer for upcoming Ghost of Tsushima is set in a different style than previous, it bring classic Japanese cinema to the upcoming samurai tale.

Ghost of Tsushima Trailer Inspired by Classic Japanese Cinema

The latest trailer for upcoming Ghost of Tsushima by Sucker Punch features a beautiful new look at the story, set in a classic Japanese cinematic. It takes its inspiration from traditional movies using classic Japanese font to portray the style. It features some gorgeous shots from the game and some gameplay mechanics including sneaking up behind enemies, using a bow and arrow to take them out.

It’s not long now until the launch of Ghost of Tsushima which launches on PS4 this week on July 17th, bringing players into a work of the samurai. The game follows the main character Jin Sakai, a warrior who is faces with a Mongol invasion, a time where chaos and violence is prevalent. Dive into a tale of “revenge, empowerment, and hope”.

If you have purchased the digital version you will need at least 50 GB for the game itself and a further 8 GB to accommodate the first day patches. The patches are set to fix localisation issues and some various bugs.

You can check out the latest Japanese trailer below, in all its cinematic glory:

Ghost of Tsushima will be releasing on Playstation 4 on July 17th. Be sure to watch our Twitch channel as we will be streaming when the game launches, better yet click that follow button and bell to get a notification so you never miss a stream.


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