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Shuhei Yoshida: Ghost of Tsushima Could Be My Game of The Year 2020

The graphics are THAT gorgeous

Ghost of Tsushima has created ripples in the gaming world ever since its first look came out. Its safe to say that its captivating visuals recreating feudal Japan have stunned everyone. Along with the high quality of graphics, Ghost of Tsushima also boasts of some authentic samurai combat as well. This game has taken the gaming world by storm and we can’t wait until it releases on July 17 on PlayStation 4.

Apart from all of us, there is someone else who is also very excited for the game and that’s Shuhei Yoshida. He is a gaming industry veteran, having headed SIE Worldwide Studios until 2019. Now, he leads other SIE projects. He seems to be really impressed by the game since he has most likely seen a lot more of the game than we have. Based on his comments on twitter, Ghost of Tsushima seems to be a blockbuster.

Take a look at his tweet:

When asked who the other contenders were for Shuhei Yoshida, he named The Last of Us Part 2, Nioh 2, Paper Beast, Iron Man VR and Half-Life: Alyx. His comment has definitely sent twitter into a tizzy, and the expectations from the game are now sky high.

On twitter, fans also got a look at the title screen of Ghost of Tsushima. The image was shared by Australian youtuber Dan Allen. We are not entirely sure if this will be the title screen in the final game, but it does look breathtaking. A reply to Dan’s tweet by @Germanstrands shows that this image was already revealed during E3 2018, but in case you missed it at that time, here it is:

Ghost of Tsushima follows the story of a samurai named Jin and it’s set in the time of the Mongol invasion in Japan. The game is developed by Sucker Punch studios. Stay with GamerTweak for more latest news and updates about video games.

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