Interested in what the Ghost of Tsushima locations look like in real life?

The creators of Ghost of Tsushima and the tourist center of Cusima will tell about the history and locations of the Japanese island in a joint action.

Adding a lot to the atmosphere of Ghost of Tsushima is the idyllic setting that the artists of Sucker Punch painted Cusima. Of course, tourism on the Japanese island can come in handy if millions of players get to know its name and visit there to see if the area paints without Mongol hordes, so they have partnered with the creators.

On the website of Nagasaki Prefecture, you can find plenty of interesting things about what the history of Cusima really is, what the island looks like today. We can see images, for example, of the Komoda Coast, where Mongol invasion forces first set foot and clashed with a handful of Japanese fighters defending their homeland.

In addition, you can find pictures of quite a few iconic locations of the game on the site, not to mention the sights, entertainment, and gastronomy of the island. So, if you like to visit the striking places in the games (hopefully the world will be more suitable for this soon), be sure to take a look at the website, as you will also find plenty of useful links on it, which will make it easier to prepare for a possible trip.

  • Developer: Sucker Punch Productions
  • Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Style: Action
  • Appearance: 7/17/2020

Ghost of Tsushima is a samurai action game from the Infamous series development team, the story of which takes place in 1274, and focuses on the last surviving member of the legendary samurai warriors, who, under the control of the players, the innocent.