Ghost of Tsushima PC Port Will Finally Release In Summer 2024

The Ghost of Tsushima PC port has been eagerly awaited by many fans, and now it's finally official after Sony announced the PC port for summer this year.

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Ghost of Tsushima PC port is coming this summer! | © Sony

Ghost of Tsushima is considered to be one of the best action adventure games on PlayStation consoles (and definitely one of the best Samurai games). Not only is it the Samurai game everyone always wanted – the pure beauty of the island of Tsushima is just staggering and makes everyone without a PlayStation jealous.

Ghost of Tsushima: Quick Facts
Release:July 17, 2020
Platform:PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
Developer:Sucker Punch Productions
Sales:About 10 million copies worldwide

(UPDATE: March 06, 2024)

Fans have been waiting for a PC version of the PS-exclusive, and now their prayers have finally been heard.

With an amazing trailer, Sony has just announced the PC port for Ghost of Tsushima.

Ghost of Tsushima PC Release Date

The beautifulness of Ghost of Tsushima. | © Sony

Ghost of Tsushima seems set to make its way to PC this summer. The PC port has been rumored for some time and is now officially confirmed by Sony.

In an epic reveal trailer, Sony finally announced the Ghost of Tsushima PC port, set to release on May 16, 2024. Starting now, fans will be able to pre-purchase the game for $59.99 on Steam.

A number of Sony-exclusive games have already found their way to PC: Days Gone, Horizon: Zero Dawn and God of War chief among them, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is the latest addition in this illustrious round.

Furthermore, there have been multiple revealing hints about a PC port in the last few years. The major one came from the infamous Nvidia leak in 2021, which revealed info on tons of unreleased or unannounced games. A PC port for Ghost of Tsushima was included in the leak as well. Since then, many of the reveals from that list already turned out to be true like Tekken 8, Dragon's Dogma 2, Returnal or Ratchet & Clank, and now Ghost of Tsushima as well.

If you missed when Sony stated its intentions on bringing more PlayStation exclusives to the PC, here's what Sony had to say on this a while back:

Particularly from the latter half of the PS4 cycle our studios made some wonderful, great games. There’s an opportunity to expose those great games to a wider audience and recognise the economics of game development, which are not always straightforward.
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Ghost of Tsushima: PC gamers, you're in for a treat. | © Sony

Ghost of Tsushima PC Port: Features

In the epic trailer for Ghost of Tsushima's PC port, Sony revealed the features that it will bring to PC from upscaling technologies to controller support. Here is everything the PC port will have to offer.

  • Ultrawide Display Support
  • Upscaling Technologies
    • AMD FSR 3
  • Nvidia Reflex Low Latency & DLAA Support
  • Dualsense support with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers
  • IKI Island expansion
  • Japanese voice over option
  • Kurosawa mode
  • Legends co-op multiplayer mode

You Loved The Open World Feeling of Ghost of Tsushima? Then Try Out These Games:

As great as Ghost of Tsushima is, it's not the only excellent open-world game out there. We recommend the following games to help pass the time until release:

Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 is, in our opinion, an absolute must-play. If you haven't played it yet, get it now! RDR2 is set in a fictional version of the Wild West in 1899. As Arthur Morgan, you explore a vast open world with incredibly detailed environments, challenging and creative quests, and authentic battles. Red Dead Redemption 2 offers a profound story, stunning graphics, and even a multiplayer mode.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild / Tears of the Kingdom

If you have a Nintendo Switch, be sure to check out the two Zelda games, Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom (in that order). You'll find a huge open game world where it's entirely normal to get distracted by numerous side quests on your way to the main goal.

Elden Ring

Elden Ring is basically an open-world Dark Souls and it is one of the best games ever made. Yes, you will have hard fights and incredibly unforgiving bosses, but the exploration and sheer amount of possible builds with weapons, talismans, incantations and more is just amazing.

Also, it probably is the best Souls-game for newcomers to the genre, since the open world allows you to go wherever you want, so if you struggle with a certain boss, just farm some levels, find and upgrade new gear and come back overpowered.

Faris Delalic

Faris has been obsessed with gaming since his childhood and is now the Gaming lead at EarlyGame. He is a self-described FromSoftware shill, but also loves games like Tears of the Kingdom, Baldur's Gate 3 and Resident Evil 4....

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