Ghost Of Tsushima Is Releasing On June 26

Ghost Of Tsushima Is Releasing On June 26

As we draw closer towards the end of the current console generation, the question regarding the release date of the PlayStation 4 exclusive, Ghost of Tsushima, remains. At long last, the wait is over…kind of. While we do finally have a release date, we will still have to wait until the game is actually released on June 26, 2020. This news was released via the PlayStation Blog and additionally details the various editions that will be available.

Digital Deluxe Edition:

  • Ghost of Tsushima game
  • Digital mini art book made by Dark Horse
  • Samurai PS4 dyanmic theme
  • Hero of Tsushima skin set which consists of a golden mask, body armour, sword kit, horse and a saddle
  • In-game items (1 tehcnique point & charm of Hachiman’s favour) which are unlocked via story progression
  • Director’s commentary from the creative team and a renowned Japanese historian

Limited Edition:

  • Ghost of Tsushima game
  • Ghost of Tsushima Steelbook case
  • Digital mini art book made by Dark Horse
  • Hero of Tsushima skin set consisting of the golden mask and sword kit
  • Direcot’r commentary
  • In-game items which are unlocked via story progression

Collector’s Edition:

  • Ghost of Tsushima game
  • Steelbook case
  • Sakai Mask and stand
  • Cloth map of the Island of Tsushima
  • Sashimono War Banner
  • Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth
  • 48-page mini art book made by Dark Horse (not digital)
  • Samurai PS4 dynamic theme
  • Hero of Tsushima skin set with the same contents as the digital deluxe edition
  • In-game items which are unlocked via story progression
  • Director’s Commentary

PlayStation also released a new story trailer alongside the news of the release date and the various editions.

Watch the trailer below

or click here

There’s currently no news about whether the collector’s or limited editions will make their way to Australia but it probably won’t be too long before we hear about it coming down under.

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