Is Ghost Of Tsushima Not Launching This Year?

inFAMOUS developer Sucker Punch‘s PlayStation 4-exclusive, the Ghost of Tsushima will likely not be hitting the physical and digital shelves by the end of 2019.

As Sony is skipping E3 this year, they have to reveal information about their major games in a different manner. They already came through with Death Stranding (and now we finally know when Hideo Kojima’s game will launch), but there are two other titles that we can only guess when it comes to their respective launch windows, although regarding The Last of Us Part II, we recently wrote that it could potentially arrive in February 2020.

We haven’t heard much about Ghost of Tsushima for a year at this point (as Sony didn’t hold a PlayStation Experience last year…), but now, we can say that the PlayStation 4 will get it in a year. We’re saying it because a Reddit user called elderduddy370 wrote that PEGI, the European rating board, has given Ghost of Tsushima a 16 rating. It’s important because if PEGI rates a game, then it comes out within a year, and Sucker Punch’s game is no exception.

So we can play the game by the early summer days of 2020, but the Spring of next year seems more realistic, as God of War struck gold in 2018 (but we’re not sure about Days Gone, which also came out in April this year). So we’ll have to wait until a State of Play event, as all this is unofficial information at the moment.

We can understand why Kotaku’s Jason Schreier wrote the PlayStation 4, which is going to be kept alive to make the transition to the next generation easier, will have a massive last year before the next-gen PlayStation (which doesn’t have an official name yet, but we all call it PlayStation 5…) arrives…

Source: GamingInstincts

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