Sucker Punch spoke at length after the video game showcase about Ghost of Tsushima, noting that there are no waypoints to be concerned with to push players to explore.
Ghost of Tsushima is the latest project from Sucker Punch Productions following 2014's Infamous: First Light, which acted as a prequel to the studio's previous effort Infamous: Second Son.
The year is 1274. I'm not sure how much you will be able to do in this game, but I do know from the devs that it will center around action and stealth elements. The developer, which is known for creating the Sly Cooper and inFamous franchises, has plenty of fans who are eager to see what the studio is working on next. As one of the last surviving samurai, you rise from the ashes to fight back.More news: Mueller Has Filed the First Charges in the Russia Investigation
This first look at Ghost of Tsushima looks promising, and we'll keep you up to date with all news about it.
If you watched Sony's conference today at Paris Games Week, then you probably found yourself wondering when the new exclusive trailers were shown: "What is this attractive Asian-themed trailer about?"
Capcom's Monster hunter World revealed that in preparation for the game's release they have an incoming beta for PS Plus along with the reveal that Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn will be featured in the game. Players will have to use unconventional methods while fighting, abandoning their samurai traditions in the process.