Last month, the Official Playstation Magazine printed a featured article about Sucker Punch’s upcoming sport Ghost of Tsushima. Now, nonetheless, the journal has launched a retraction on Twitter, saying that the details about Ghost of Tsushima is definitely two years outdated, and comes from an interview again in 2018.
While the tweet doesn’t go into specifics about precisely which articles have that situation, this assertion does name the sport’s acknowledged launch date of June 26 of this yr into query. This is very questionable as a result of Sucker Punch and Sony haven’t formally introduced a launch date.
Along with the truth that neither the studio nor Sony has made an announcement on when Ghost of Tsushima might be releasing, there’s additionally no telling whether or not or not the sport will meet the same delay to The Last Of Us 2, which was delayed indefinitely because of logistics issues due to the coronavirus.
Even when it was first introduced a number of years in the past, the Ghost of Tsushima info that we received by no means talked about a launch date. While we’ve seen some gameplay since then, and know the final story, the discharge date has remained oddly elusive, even when the sport received a trailer eventually yr’s Game Awards.
The sport has since continued to get trailers, with the newest one being a story trailer posted again in March that launched us to our participant character, Jin, and his struggles between the honorable methods of bushido, and the extra pragmatic methods of the shinobi. That trailer is the origin of the June 26 launch date.
With luck, Sucker Punch will be capable to hold that launch date when it rolls round, and provides us extra Ghost of Tsushima info that’s not two years outdated. In the meantime, hopefully the builders on the studio can keep secure in the course of the sport’s improvement.