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Ghost Of Tsushima Hits New Low Price For Cyber Monday

Embrace the dishonorable way of the Ghost this holiday season with these Ghost of Tsushima Cyber Monday deals.


While Black Friday brought a pretty great deal on Ghost on Tsushima, the new Cyber Monday deal at Amazon is even better. Amazon is selling Ghost of Tsushima for $34, which beats the Black Friday deals we saw by six bucks. We expect this deal to sell out very quickly, so scoop it up while you can. It's worth noting that Amazon's price shows $40, but the price drops to $34 when you add it to your cart. Other retailers--including GameStop and Walmart--have Ghost of Tsushima marked down to $40 still.

Selling more than 5 million copies since its launch, Ghost of Tsushima is the PlayStation 4's fastest-selling first-party original game. The open-world RPG recently got a fairly well-received free update, called Legends. Legends adds new missions for players to tackle either solo or cooperatively in a team of up to four people. Additionally, Legends adds brand-new raid-like missions, which present a steep challenge for players looking for more endgame content. For example, the first raid, The Tale of Iyo, is available for four-person teams composed of players that are at 100-level Ki or higher.

In GameSpot's Ghost of Tsushima review, Edmond Tran writes, "Ghost of Tsushima's story hits hard in the game's third and final act, and ends in spectacular fashion. It left me with the same kinds of strong emotions I felt at the end of all my favourite samurai film epics, and had me eager to watch them all again. The game hits a lot of fantastic cinematic highs, and those ultimately lift it above the trappings of its familiar open-world quest design and all the innate weaknesses that come with it--but those imperfections and dull edges are definitely still there. Ghost of Tsushima is at its best when you're riding your horse and taking in the beautiful world on your own terms, armed with a sword and a screenshot button, allowing the environmental cues and your own curiosity to guide you. It's not quite a Criterion classic, but a lot of the time it sure looks like one."

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