Ghost of Tsushima has gone gold and it is set to launch on July 17, 2020. The game already has a day one update out on PSN. Here’s what it does.
Sucker Punch has been working on Ghost of Tsushima since they released inFamous Second Son during the launch year of the PlayStation 4. It is a brand new IP that has been in development for quite a while now and it is finally ready to launch for the PS4 later this July.
The game has gone gold as shared by the developers on their official social media account. This means it is now ready to ship to the public and launch on the expected date, but it doesn’t mean there won’t be any update released for it.
The day one patch, or rather the update that is available for the game right now is roughly 7.7 GB. The following fixes are mentioned as part of this update.
The patch notes are vague and don’t mention any major changes. There is no mention of a photo mode even though it is confirmed to be a part of the game during a recent gameplay demonstration. While the exact file size of Ghost of Tsushima remains to be seen, it required under 50 GB of hard disk space and this likely doesn’t count for any day one patch like this one.
Ghost of Tsushima is out on July 17 and will launch exclusively for the PS4. The game is also confirmed to support the PS5 but there are no details shared on what kind of enhancements will be offered for PS5 users, or whether it will be a free or paid upgrade.