New Ghost of Tsushima gameplay video features Samurai Cinema, Japanese Voice Track and Photo Mode
Sony Interactive Entertainment has recently shared a brand new Ghost of Tsushima gameplay video which also contains the japanese voice tracks, a look at the game’s photo mode and Samurai Cinema.
Sucker Punch Productions’ latest video is 18 minutes of pure samurai fun and craziness for the upcoming game for the Playstation 4. This video was part of the “State of Play” broadcast which also featured exploration, combat, customization and more.
You can check out the video below:
Watch the footage below.
1:00 – Exploring Tsushima
7:15 – Combat as Jin, the Samurai
9:40 – Combat as Jin, the Ghost
13:30 – Customizing Jin
14:45 – Photo Mode
15:35 – Japanese Voice Track
16:20 – Samurai Cinema
During the video, fans would be able to see what makes ‘Ghost’ such a promising new game. Like there’s this segment where you get to see “Guiding Wind”, an ability to call a gust of wind to help you get back on track with your quest or mission. And interesting to note is that this Guiding Wind fits in with the theme of the game.
It’s also fun that the usual game markers for NPCs are replaced by something more “organic” to the game i.e. foxes who guides you to shrines or birds that point to objects of interests or hidden objects in the area.
Check out the game’s official trailer below as well.
Ghost of Tsushima is due out for PlayStation 4 on July 17 worldwide. What do you think of this Ghost of Tsushima gameplay trailer? Love it or hate it? Follow me on Twitter at @thefanboyseo for more gaming news and updates!