Ghost of Tsushima boasts art with beautiful illustrations and a trailer focused on customization

The illustrations show the beauty in your war-torn world.

Already less for the expected premiere of Ghost of Tsushima. The new Sucker Punch video game will bring us closer to a crude world of war in feudal Japan next July. To make the wait more enjoyable, the official Ghost of Tsushima Twitter account has shared four images of the game’s concept art showing the beauty of its war-torn world.

Ian Jun Wei Chiew, Mitch Mohrhauser and Romain Jouandeau have been the artists in charge of portraying these works of art based on the Sucker Punch game. Conceptual art is a fundamental step in development since it conveys the idea of ​​the creative team to the engineers in charge of making it real within the game.

On the other hand, PlayStation has released a new advertisement for Ghost of Tsushima on its Japanese YouTube channel, highlighting the different customization options of the game. In the video, we see some fragments that we know well from other previous advances, along with a Jin that shows a wide range of outfits that we can choose from within the game.

After completing its development, Ghost of Tsushima is preparing for its big launch on July 17 on PlayStation 4. The game will arrive alongside a 7.7 GB patch at launch with bug fixes and localization improvements.


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