Ghost of Tsushima PC Release

Sucker Punch Entertainment and Sony Interactive Entertainment blew everyone's minds
with their critically acclaimed action-adventure game "Ghost of Tsushima" in 2020. Now, PC
users will get to experience this astounding PlayStation-exclusive project this May.

That's right. "Ghost of Tsushima" will be available for PC on May 16, 2024.
The project, co-directed by Nate Fox and Jason Connell, celebrates Japanese culture in all
its forms. The story is set in 1274 on Tsushima Island, where Jin Sakai, dubbed "The Last
Samurai," embarks on a magical journey to learn a fresh fighting style, "The Way of the
Ghost," to free Japan from the control of the Mongols.

Historical Significance
The events in “Ghost of Tsushima” are not 100% accurate but are still of historical
significance as far as Far East Asia is considered. The game shows Mongol's first invasion
of Japan and the siege of Tsushima Island by the Yuan invasion force.
Sucker Punch Entertainment has put a lot of effort into character development as Jin Sakai
questions his moral code and makes tough decisions that change his personality and view of
the world. This narrative is of significant importance as we get to know the man who is
fighting for Japan's independence and his intentions.
The company was hailed for developing a game that understands and pays respect to the
source material. The project captures the tragic story of Tsushima in breathtaking detail and
is touted to be one of the most accurate examples of Japanese culture.

Combat Mode
As interesting as the project is, the combat gameplay is just as intriguing as the game. The
protagonist can put his trusty sword and bow and modify them in several ways by collecting
items. Every weapon can be upgraded to four levels, and these "goods" can be found
throughout camps, villages, and various locations.
As the level increases, the attacks get more powerful. You can use these charms to inflict
more damage on the enemies. These spells can be collected by visiting shrines. The
weapons can be used for both offensive and defensive modes.
The gaming platform Steam revealed that the sword fights are shown in the third-person
perspective. The invaders get dismemberment and decapitation, and the graphic violence is
reflected in large blood-splatter effects.
The wind works as a guide for the hero and plays an important role in the mission.
Jason Connell, in an interview, stressed the importance of wind.
"Grass moves, bushes move, leaves move, birds move. The cloth on your character, and
everybody’s character, moves if it can. Hair moves. There’s just this massive undertaking
from a technical side, but also the artistry to make it look good. And then implementing a
design around that, a mechanic around that as well, that you can kind of control the wind
and let it guide you," he said.

The specifications were unveiled during the announcement of its director's cut release.
The minimum requirement is Memory: 8 GB, Graphic Card (Intel): NVIDIA GeForce GTX
960, Graphic Card (AMD): Radeon RX 5500 XT, Processor (Intel): Intel Core i3-7100,
Processor (AMD): Ryzen 3 1200, RAM: 75 GB and Operating System: Windows 10 or
The recommended requirement is Memory: 16 GB, Graphics Card (Intel): NVIDIA GeForce
RTX 2060, Graphic Card (AMD): Radeon RX 5600 XT, Processor: Intel Core i5-8600,
Processor (AMD): Ryzen 5 3600, Storage Space: 75 GB and Operating System: up to
Windows 11.

Fair Warning
If you are sensitive to graphic images, there are distressing scenes such as a civilian getting
burned alive, a man getting beheaded, and a man's decapitated head held up towards the
camera. This captures the essence of the brutality that happened during the invasion.

Ghost of Tsushima mesmerized fans with its gripping plot and stunning character
development. It's a must-play for everyone who is a fan of history and wants to play as the
guy who stood up to invaders, fought for a good cause, and became a legend.