Ghost of Tsushima was one of the biggest releases of 2020. The game, developed by Sucker Punch, was highly praised due to its engaging narrative and brutal gameplay set in Feudal Japan. Certainly fans will be happy to know that Jin Sakai’s journey does not “end” there. First, the developer team announced that the title could be played on PS5 through backward compatibility. In addition, it will feature the Boost Mode feature, allowing the game to be enjoyed at 60 FPS. Second, the load times present in the work have been brutally reduced.
#GhostOfTsushima will be playable on PS5 on day one via backward compatibility, and you’ll be able to transfer your save from PS4 to pick up where you left off!
Find out more info on the @PlayStation Blog: https://t.co/zirVETqRje https://t.co/2iblq4q1EJ
– Ghost of Tsushima? OUT NOW (@SuckerPunchProd) October 9, 2020
Finally, the studio confirmed that the game will support save transfer. In short, if you want to start New Game + mode on the next generation console, this will be entirely possible. Undeniably, the debates over the transfer of saves are becoming increasingly heated. Sony recently issued a statement stating that the inclusion of the feature in games is entirely up to the developers. In short, the Japanese company has moved away from the controversy, throwing all the controversy towards the teams responsible for creating and publishing the games.
The Future of Ghost of Tsushima
This support for Ghost of Tsushima is extremely important. Very soon the title will win Legends, the unusual multiplayer mode that will definitely bring many people back to the universe built by Sucker Punch. With reduced loadings and cutting-edge performance, the reasons for returning to Japan invaded by the Mongols only pile up. Interestingly, the end of the work does not indicate whether we will have a plot sequence. If I had to bet, I would say that the team’s next project must be related to inFamous, another saga of the house. Tell us in the comments if you’re going to venture into Legends mode!
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