Big Ghost Of Tsushima Coffee Table Book Gets A Matching Discount At Amazon
The Art of Ghost of Tsushima releases June 30, just a few days after the PS4 exclusive launches.
As is the case with most major games nowadays, PS4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima will get its own art book. Created by developer Sucker Punch Productions in collaboration with Dark Horse Books, The Art of Ghost of Tsushima is a lavish coffee table art book that collects artwork from the highly-anticipated action-stealth game set on Tsushima Island in feudal Japan. The book went up on Amazon earlier this week, and it's already discounted from $50 to $38.03.
Releasing June 30, The Art of Ghost of Tsushima is a 208-page oversized hardcover that comes with a gorgeous display-worthy slipcase. The book was "inspired by traditional Japanese aesthetics," which is apparent in the minimalistic-but-elegant cover and slipcase design. Unfortunately, the Amazon listing doesn't give us a look inside the covers, but the book features a detailed look at the Tsushima Island landscape, sword-fighting diagrams, and storyboards chronicling scenes from the game.
The vast majority of video game art books sell for less than their list prices, so it's no surprise The Art of Ghost of Tsushima is already discounted. If you order now, Amazon's pre-order price guarantee ensures that you'll pay the lowest price offered between the time you order and when the book ships.
For more on Sucker Punch's latest game, check out our roundup detailing everything you need to know about Ghost of Tsushima. There are multiple editions of the game and bonuses up for grabs, so make sure to take a peek at our Ghost of Tsushima pre-order guide, too.
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