PlayStation Network Officially Reveals The File Size For Ghost Of Tsushima

PlayStation Network Officially Reveals The File Size For Ghost Of Tsushima
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We’re now in the home stretch of the PlayStation 4’s cycle, as there are only a few more console exclusives coming over the next few months, one of which is Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima, which is currently scheduled to be released for the PS4 in July.

Now that we’re just two months away from the release of Ghost of Tsushima, its application has appeared on the PlayStation Store, thus revealing the open-world game’s file size.

According to the PlayStation Store’s listing, Ghost of Tsushima will require around 50GB of free space to install, putting it in the same league as other PlayStation 4 exclusives live Days Gone. However, unlike with Bend Studios’ post-apocalyptic open-world game, physical copies of GOT will include two discs, one of which will install the game, and the other will be used to play the game.

Just a few days ago, Sony showed 18 minutes of new footage and gameplay from Ghost of Tsushima, which you can check out in the video below.

Before the State of Play video, details from a future edition of PlayStation Magazine got leaked ahead of schedule, and it revealed a ton of gameplay details from Ghost of Tsushima, which are listed below.

  • The game begins with the Mongol empire invading and attacking the Island of Tsushima.
  • There will be no waypoints to guide the player.
  • Players will be required to use their knowledge of the world and landmarks to explore and discover new locations.
  • The story will pass as the player will explore the world. Titles will tell how much time has passed since the invasion.
  • An enemy’s blood can be spilled with quick iaijutsu strikes.
  • It’s possible to remain undetected while roaming enemy base camps using the grappling hook.
  • Jin (Ghost of Tsushima’s main protagonist) can use gadgets such as sticky arrows and firebombs.
  • The strength of Jin’s bond with the game’s side characters is determined by the players’ choices. Allies can turn against you depending on your actions.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Sucker Punch Productions’ newest game was supposed to be released in June, but instead, fellow PlayStation 4 exclusive — The Last of Us Part II — will be released next month instead. Of course, TLOU II was originally supposed to be released in February but was then delayed until May, and then one last delay happened, which pushed it back to June.

Barring any further delays, Ghost of Tsushima will be released on the PlayStation 4 on July 17.