Ghost Of Tsushima Finally Has A Release Date, So Check Out These New Screenshots

Get stoked: the action-adventure samurai game launches on PS4 this June.

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After months of silence, developer Sucker Punch Productions has delivered the information we've been waiting for: a release date for the upcoming samurai game Ghost of Tsushima, which will launch on June 26 for PlayStation 4. We've compiled a bunch of screenshots, snapped from the newly released trailer for your viewing pleasure.

Sucker Punch shared a new story trailer alongside the announcement. The trailer shows protagonist Jin Sakai and some of the people he'll encounter during his battles with the relentless Khan army. Spliced in between the dialogue sequences is bits and pieces of gameplay that showcases Jin (aka The Ghost) swinging through a village, getting the drop on an enemy, and more.

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Sucker Punch also detailed three separate editions available right now for pre-order: the Digital Deluxe, Special, and Collectors Editions all come with a variety of in-game items, such as a gear set, charm, skill point, and more. The Special and Collector's Editions come packed with tons of collectibles, like a steelbook, replica mask, a cloth map of the Island of Tsushima, a war banner, and more. You can check out our Ghost of Tsushima pre-order guide to learn more about the various editions currently available.

In other Ghost of Tsushima news, eager PlayStation 4 fans have taken to Media Molecule's game creation toolkit Dreams to recreate the samurai game's E3 2018 gameplay reveal--and it looks absolutely incredible.

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