Ghost of Tsushima Update 1.01 File Size Is Over 7GB, Patch Notes Revealed
In addition to The Last of Us Part 2 released last week, Ghost of Tsushima is undoubtedly one of the last major exclusive titles on PlayStation 4. According to the plans of Sucker Punch, the ambitious samurai adventure Ghost of Tsushima has now officially reached gold status. Thus, the title can appear as planned in the coming month.
Ghost of Tsushima was created in the past few years by the makers of inFamous and Sly Cooper from Sucker Punch. The studio recently confirmed via Twitter, the samurai adventure finally reached gold status after several delays. In practice, this means that the development work has been completed and the planned release is secured in the coming month.
Like many other games before, Ghost of Tsushima will also receive a Day One patch for the release. It has a size of 7.7 GB. The first details are already available: Patch 1.01 brings with the following changes:
- Various Localization Fixes.
- Other Bug Fixes.
The plot of Ghost of Tsushima begins in the 13th century when the Mongol armies devastate entire countries on their eastward campaign. The island of Tsushima is all that is left between mainland Japan and a huge Mongolian invasion fleet led by the ruthless and cruel General Khotun Khan.
You take on the role of samurai Jin Sakai, one of the last survivors of his clan. Jin is determined to do everything in his power to stop the Mongols and protect his homeland from further attacks and invasions.
Remember that Ghost of Tsushima will release on July 17, 2020, on PS4 and PS4 Pro.
We’re thrilled to announce that #GhostOfTsushima has gone GOLD! This is the culmination of years of hard work from our team and we can’t wait to get it into your hands on July 17! pic.twitter.com/nidZvlqIIk
— Ghost of Tsushima 🎮 July 17 (@SuckerPunchProd) June 22, 2020