Ghost of Tsushima Out June 26 July 17: Collector’s & Digital Deluxe Editions Detailed

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Ghost of Tsushima Out June 26 July 17: Collector’s & Digital Deluxe Editions Detailed

Watch the new story trailer and feast your eyes on the newly revealed Special, Collector's, and Digital Deluxe editions of the game.

Ghost of Tsushima is coming to PS4 on June 26 July 17! It is so exciting to finally be able to announce our release date, and even better that it’s just a few months away. We can’t wait to share the world we’ve created!

Today we revealed a brand-new trailer that showcases our hero, Jin Sakai. In the past, we’ve shown the world around Jin, but this time we wanted to give you a taste of the people he meets along his journey and the scale of the threat that forces him to transform into a new kind of warrior. While you’ll catch glimpses of several of Jin’s allies and enemies in today’s trailer, there are two we want to focus on in particular.

The first is Jin’s uncle, Shimura, the jito (lord) of Tsushima and a father figure to Jin. He’s trained Jin since childhood in the traditional ways of the samurai, and grows increasingly concerned by the tactics Jin starts to adopt as he abandons his teachings and becomes The Ghost. The second important character we’re highlighting today is Khotun Khan. The Khan is the leader of the invading Mongol army and a ruthless, cunning enemy who uses everything he knows about the samurai to try to destroy them. He’s a brutal, unrelenting adversary that Jin will quickly learn not to underestimate.

Beyond our new trailer, we also have multiple editions of Ghost of Tsushima to reveal today. A pre-order of any edition (including the Launch Edition at select retailers) gets you some bonuses — a Jin avatar, a digital mini soundtrack featuring select songs from the game, and a Jin PS4 dynamic theme based on our box art.

If you want to go fully digital, you can now pre-order Ghost of Tsushima at PlayStation Store. You’ll also find our Digital Deluxe Edition, which includes a digital copy of the game along with the Hero of Tsushima skin set, which provides an additional in-game horse, saddle, mask, sword, and armor set for Jin*. The Digital Deluxe also includes two in-game items: the Charm of Hachiman’s Favor and one technique point*, as well as a Samurai PS4 dynamic theme. There’s also a digital mini art book by Dark Horse, plus our Director’s Commentary, in which our creative team sits down with a renowned Japanese historian to look at the world of Ghost of Tsushima and how it compares to the real-life events that inspired it.

$69.99 USD / 89.99 CAD MSRP

We also have two physical edition options. The first is our Special Edition, which includes a SteelBook case plus a voucher for an in-game Hero of Tsushima mask and sword skin*, Charm of Hachiman’s Favor, one technique point, the Director’s Commentary, and the digital mini art book.

$69.99 USD / 89.99 CAD MSRP

But the set I am most excited to get my hands on is our Collector’s Edition, which has a replica mask. It’s a re-creation of one you’ll wear in the game, and it’s heavy (made from polyresin). It’s not meant to be worn, but it includes an individually-numbered display stand so you can keep it on a shelf to impress your friends or terrify your enemies. On top of that, there’s also a sashimono (war banner) just like you’ll see in the game that’s nearly 4.5 feet long, and a traditional-style furoshiki (wrapping cloth). You’ll also get a copy of the game with a SteelBook case, a physical 48-page mini art book by Dark Horse, and an artistic rendition of our full world map printed on cloth. Also included is a voucher for all of the digital content from the Digital Deluxe Edition listed above.

$169.99 USD / $219.99 CAD MSRP

We are so excited to be so close to launch and we have so much more to share soon! Keep track of everything by keeping an eye on Sucker Punch’s Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts, as well as Ghost of Tsushima’s official site.

* In-game items unlocked via story progression.

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  • Pre-Ordered.

  • Why doesn’t the Special Edition have the “Samurai PS4 Dynamic Theme” and the “Hero of Tsushima Skin Set”? It’s priced the same as the Digital Deluxe Edition….

  • Great =)

  • My argument IS on solid ground. These delayed games are already getting “bad press” by the gamers because we’re pissed off that they’re making delays intentionally to capitalize on the upcoming console launches. Gamers opinions matter, the critics/reviewers opinions don’t. Having worked in the movie industry and having been on the inside I know that film critics reviews are worthless just like game critics reviews are worthless because they’re both bought and paid for. Its figured into the film’s or game’s marketing budget. Companies both either pay reviewers in some form to give good reviews of their own films/games or they pay reviewers to give competing films/games bad reviews. Techland, Ubisoft, and CD Project Red are professional, huge game companies. They can pinpoint with accuracy when a game will be ready and when it’s launch window will be. So, when they delay it once it looks suspicious, that’s bad enough, but when they delay a game twice and the delay isn’t just a few weeks but instead 6 months down the road “coincidentally” to be released during the highest game selling season when also two new consoles are coming out….then anyone with a brain knows this was an intentional greedy marketing move.

    Dying Light 2 has been delayed at least twice that I know of, with many many months between delays.

    Watch Dogs Legions, same thing.

    Cyberpunk, same thing.

    All three game companies said the games were ready to play, all three gave release dates, all three reneged on those dates and delayed the games more than just once, all three game companies used the same exact lame excuse about how they just felt the game needed some more polishing, more tweaking, more finishing, etc. etc. etc. and they’re all going to release them in the prime time fall/holiday season within the console launch windows….WOW! What an amazing coincidence!!! Yeah, right, nobody’s buying that b.s. They’re insulting gamers’ intelligence to think gamers would believe that load of crap. Also, when game companies do this they not only piss off their own consumers and push those consumers away but they also destroy their own credibility when they give a release date, delay it, give another release date, delay it again. Its the boy who cried wolf credibility scenario. The only people who would defend these game companies for doing this would be employees of that company who are doing it for damage control and public relations….or gamers who have such a bias for the game or company that they too cannot be honest about these delays.

    Sony appears to be the last big company thats in a position to do this. So, hopefully they wont, hopefully they’ll stand by their word because a person or company’s word is everything. Hopefully they’ll keep their integrity and credibility in tact and not treat their consumers like garbage like these other companies are doing. Hopefully they’ll keep the launch dates which they’ve committed to millions and millions of people for The Last Of Us 2 and Ghost of Tsushima. Again, we’ll see.

    • Yeah we waited forever for Final Fantasy 7 Remake… I feel your pain. I bought PS4 after seeing Deep Down at E3 (was blown away). From your point of view, if I continue to hold my breath with fingers crossed, Capcom will get Deep Down out by PS8. So there’s still hope!

  • OMG Finally is right! However, I was really hoping for a statue and NOT a “Sakai Mask” and some cloth accessories to be honest! A nice statue e.g., assassin’s creed like would have sold me on the collector’s edition. Also, there is no word on if the game is multiplayer or not. In addition, by the looks of it there won’t be a season pass or dlc? So, did I just wait this entire time for “Star Wars: Fallen Order” type of game? I must admit I am a bit skeptical and disappointed at this point. Moreover, I was really hoping for a PS5 Limited Edition Exclusive console and I am not sure if that’s going to happen at this point since, the release date is in June 26.

  • Eek! Out on my birthday! now I must get it

  • Serious question : Is it “Only for Playstation” or is it “only on Playstation for a little while”?

  • I’m really looking forward to it, it looks great, but please don’t make it as hard as sekiro or dark soul, otherwise the fun will pass quickly

    • I totally agree with you. Some of us do not have 80 hours to try and pass one level to see whats next. I have never even tried dark souls after buying it and playing the first little bit because it was too frustrating and not fun.

  • Looks interesting although I could probably 3d print the mask on my own 3d printer….. I still wont be buying or pre-ordering until Sony opens up about PS5 and gives us exact details, especially when the launch will be. I am not getting screwed like when the ps4 was being released and had to keep my ps3 or pay more money to get the same games on the ps4!

    • I completely agree! I was thinking about 3D printing the mask on my ender as well. However, if it was a samurai figure with accessories then it would have been a different story. I recently picked up Division 2 dark zone collector’s edition without the game code for $9.99 and that’s a nice statue with accessories.

  • Will you also have a figure of Ghost? Just like God Of War did with NECA?

  • Hey Andrew, are their any figures planned for Ghost of Tsuhima?

  • Oh man I can’t wait. It looks so epic! Will we be able to play this on PC too? I still use PlayStation when I’m home but with God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn coming to PC soon I would love to continue earning trophies on an RTX portable off WiFi. Hope Sony supports PC cross save.

  • Is it me or do these PS4 Pro 4K screen captures look ultra wide?

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