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Ghost Of Tsushima PC port landing sooner than we expected

Ghost Of Tsushima PC port landing sooner than we expected

Ghost of Tsushima's PC port could be getting an imminent announcement according to one insider.

Ghost of Tsushima is easily one of my all-time favourite PlayStation exclusives. It’s no secret that it boasts a truly stunning open-world but beyond that, it is the full package with an engaging combat system and engrossing narrative.

This year marks four years since Ghost of Tsushima was first released, and we have no idea what Sucker Punch has been cooking up since. It’s assumed that a sequel is in the works. In early 2023, Sony dropped a new PlayStation 5 trailer focusing on recently released and upcoming console exclusives. While most of these were easily identifiable, there were two mystery clips. One featured a female explorer finding a hidden treasure in a cave whilst the other starred none other than Jin Sakai. Neither clip has yet been explained but the general consensus is that a rebooted Uncharted entry and Ghost of Tsushima sequel are likely to drop on the PS5 before the end of its life cycle.

Rise of the Ronin should appeal to fans of Ghost of Tsushima. Take a look at its trailer below ahead of the game’s 22 March release date.

I’m hoping the projects teased in both clips are revealed during a showcase this year. We’ve been pouring over these teases for almost 12 months now. What do they mean Sony?! If Sucker Punch has been working on Ghost of Tsushima for four years, it stands to reason that we could see the game launch in the next two years. Apparently though, devs have also been hard at work on another project: a PC port of Ghost of Tsushima.

As reported by Eurogamer, XboxEra’s Nick Baker has claimed that a PC version of Sucker Punch’s critically acclaimed game could be announced as soon as … tomorrow. That’s pretty soon. That’s its supposed announcement, I will stress. If this rumour proves to be true, I’d imagine that we’d still have to wait some time for the port’s release.

It feels as if we’re in dire need of a major PlayStation showcase. It's been a busy start to the year with Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, Stellar Blade, Rise of the Ronin, and Helldivers II but very little is known about what the backend of 2024 holds - especially now that we’ve discovered that Death Stranding 2: On The Beach is a 2025 title. Hopefully Sony has some exciting surprises in store.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Topics: Ghost Of Tsushima, Sucker Punch, PlayStation, PlayStation 5, PC