Ghost Of Tsushima Snapchat Filter Turns You Into Jin "Ghost" Sakai

Have you wanted to become the "Ghost" from Ghost of Tsushima? This new Snapchat filter lets you do that.

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While Sucker Punch Productions' latest PlayStation 4 exclusive arrives this Friday, Snap Inc. and Sony have released a new Snapchat filter that turns you into the "Ghost" from Ghost of Tsushima.

The filter, which is available for all Snapchat users, gives you the same mask protagonist Jin Sakai wears in the many trailers showcasing him becoming the "Ghost," a stealthy assassin who forgoes the samurai code in order to retake Tsushima island from the gruesome Mongols. The mask is the same one featured in Ghost of Tsushima's Collector's Edition, which also comes with a display stand.

You can get the Ghost of Tsushima filter from the Snapcode below.

Reviews for Ghost of Tsushima have officially hit the Internet, and critics are calling it a worthwhile send-off that wraps up this current console generation. In GameSpot's Ghost of Tsushima review, editor Edmond Tran awarded the game a 7/10, saying, "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."

Check out our Ghost of Tsushima pre-order guide to learn more about the bonuses and editions available to purchase before the game launches on July 17 for PS4.

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