There has been a lot of hype behind Ghost of Tsushima from Sucker Punch Production. This Japanese samurai action game shows the way of the samurai like never before. The first visuals seemed absolutely breathtaking, but finally, there is deep gameplay to break down.
It has just been presented at the recent Sony State of Play event. Since E3 is not happening this year due to the coronavirus, many thought the gameplay was upon us and they were absolutely right. Ghost of Tsushima is still in a few months, but do the recent gameplay sequences do the game justice?
It’s certain. It will seem repetitive, but the visuals of this game are incredibly detailed. It is clear that the developer has spent countless hours assembling this game and creating a very atmospheric experience.Ghost Of Tsushima’s Most Recent Gameplay Trailer Looks Beautiful And Impressive
The first images of a samurai warrior standing in fields of grass are breathtaking. The way the wind moves each blade of grass and the warrior’s clothes simply shows what this game is capable of visually doing.
Tsushima Island is the main backdrop for this game and this is where you will do much of your exploration. It seems very open depending on when the user accesses the map to look at the surrounding areas.