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31 October 2017, 12:23 | Rufus Hill
Sucker Punch's next game is Ghost of Tsushima
Unfortunately, Sucker Punch hasn't revealed a release date for the game.
Ghost of Tsushima, an action samurai game set in Feudal Japan, is in development by Infamous creators Sucker Punch Productions, PlayStation revealed today. "Samurai warriors are the legendary defenders of Japan-until the fearsome Mongol Empire invades the island of Tsushima, wreaking havoc and conquering the local population", Sucker Punch said of its title. Ghost of Tsushima will also feature an open world. But what really helped shape the game was the history of the Mongol's invasion of Japan. Players will have to use unconventional methods while fighting, abandoning their samurai traditions in the process. In contrast, Ghost of Tsushima appears more grounded in reality, though whether that supposition is true remains to be seen. The game was announced during Sony'sParis Games Week press conference. Seeing how Sucker Punch is a first party developer for Sony, we can expect it to release exclusively for PlayStation consoles.
It looks sublime, with a luscious rendering of feudal Japan, replete with pagodas, lanterns, and bamboo forests; then you have the less attractive bits like Mongol warlords marauding through, burning villages and killing folk.
Tori is a writer and gamer originally from Vault 111, but now she resides in Chicago.
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