Ghost of Tsushima Epic Cinematic Trailer ‘A Storm is Coming’ Revealed, Beautiful Concept Art Showcased
The studio Sucker Punch Productions and Sony have unveiled a new stylish cinematic trailer for the samurai blockbuster Ghost of Tsushima.
In the video that you can see below, the main character Jin nicely deals with enemies with the help of katana and ninja tricks. The embargo on Ghost of Tsushima reviews falls on July 14 at 7:00 a.m. PST.
Sucker Punch has also released four new beautiful artwork of Ghost of Tsushima, showing characters and settings that we will find in the game. Just four days ago the game entered the gold phase, ultimately ensuring the release for July 17th. Set in the fascinating island of Tsushima in the Mongol invasion period (13th century), the title will allow the player to explore the rural landscape in detail to discover extraordinary characters, historical places, and spectacular battles.
In combat, the user can exploit his stealth skills or face the enemy directly by taking advantage of the bow or katana. Clashes are basically based on three main elements: speed, sharpening and precision. Everything is in timing: the player must be able to understand when to block and parry enemy attacks and when to counterattack. It will be possible, in fact, to attack with heavier attacks, and then cancel them if the fight speeds up. Jin, therefore, will be extremely responsive to the players’ commands, and his choices will be fundamental in making the difference between life and death in the game.
Finally, Ghost of Tsushima will not only be a simple action game, but will push the user to reflect on the philosophy that spread throughout being a samurai and on the weight of his actions. Combat will be only part of the experience, which will also focus largely on exploring the island and getting to know its inhabitants.
We leave you to the vision of this splendid concept art below, reminding you that Ghost of Tsushima will be available starting July 17 exclusively for PS4.
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