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Ghost of Tsushima Gets Japanese Trailer


Ahead of its release on July 17, 2020 for the PlayStation 4, check out the latest trailer for Sony Interactive Entertainment and Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima.

Making its premiere on the PlayStation Japan YouTube account, this trailer showcases the invasion of the Mongol Empire and Jin Sakai, a man whose home has been destroyed. Jin throws away his honor as a samurai, and becomes a Ghost of the darkness.

Players will be able to slash, shoot, and scheme as they break all the rules of a samurai, unleashing an infernal beast. Along the way, the breathtaking beauty of its open world can be discovered, and a monochromic “KUROSAWA” mode has also been included.

Learn more about this epic action adventure with the trailer below. Note that it is in Japanese, though English subtitles are available:

For those looking to learn more about this title, be sure to check out our longform preview video below, where we take a look at all there is to come:

A four-track EP, called “Sound Of The Storm – Ghost Of Tsushima Soundtrack: Reimagined,” will feature contributions from TOKiMONSTA, Tycho, The Glitch Mob and Nine Inch Nails’ Alessandro Cortini. It is available starting today.

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