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It is claimed that Ghost of Tsushima will get a PC port announcement as early as next week Tuesday. The claim came from none other than Shpeshal_Nick of XboxEra. The XboxEra co-founder took to X to make the announcement yesterday.

Ghost Of Tsushima PC Port Announcement Reportedly Coming Next Week

“I’m hearing that we might be getting something about the Ghost of Tsushima PC port pretty soon,” Nick wrote on X. “Maybe around the 5th?”

If there is any reason why the user should be taken seriously, it is because they predicted almost all the games that were showcased at the January 31 State of Play. Nick had made the revelation through a cryptic tweet. The predictions came to pass almost as Nick had predicted.

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“On the 31st (roughly), Ronins will Rise, we’ll die stranded, have a rebirth and Kojima will fulfill his dream,” Nick wrote days before the official announcement. “Sonic will live in the shadow of his generation while the hills will remain silent until the dawn when you’ll need to catch the metro. Just don’t be a Judas about it.”

There are lots of reasons to believe that Sony may be considering bringing Ghost of Tsushima to PC. Following the great performance of Helldivers 2—the first Sony’s first part title to come to PC on launch day—Sony is mulling over bringing more of its IPs to PC.

Ghost Of Tsushima PC Port Announcement Reportedly Coming Next Week

In the company’s latest earnings report, the president of Sony Interactive Entertainment Hiroki Totoki mentioned that the company will be more aggressive with revenue, especially in its gaming division. It makes logical and financial sense for Sony to bring Ghost of Tsushima to PC since it is almost four years since it was first released.

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Ghost of Tsushima was first released on PS4 in July 2020. A year later it was released on PS5. As of July 2022, the game has sold 9.73 million copies. On Metacritic, Ghost of Tsushima had mostly favorable reviews with an average score of 83 on PS4.

Ghost of Tsushima movie is progressing well

Ghost Of Tsushima PC Port Announcement Reportedly Coming Next Week

When it comes to Ghost of Tsushima, fans of the game have other reasons to be excited besides a PC port. The movie adaptation of the game is a passion project for the legendary producer, stuntman, and director Chad Stahelski. Mr. Stahelski is the director behind successful movie franchises like Deadpool and John Wick.

Stahelski started working on a movie adaptation for Ghost of Tsushima shortly after the release of the game. The latest report from Stahelski shows that the movie adaptation of the multiple award-winning game was progressing fine.

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In an exclusive interview with Screen Rant published in October last year, Stahelski said the script was complete after 2 years.

“I think the two things that I am closest and most interested in are Highlander and Ghost of Tsushima,” Stahelski said. “Both amazing, amazing properties, the story of Ghost is, also, one of my favorite properties of all time.”

Ghost Of Tsushima PC Port Announcement Reportedly Coming Next Week

In the interview, it was mentioned that Stahelski wants an all-Japanese cast who can talk in their native tongue to enhance the movie’s authenticity. It was also said that Stahelski draws inspiration from Akira Kurosawa, a legendary Japanese filmmaker, and some of the elements from his style of movies will be pulled into Ghost of Tsushima.

For those who may be unfamiliar with Ghost of Tsushima, the game follows the story of Jin Sakai, a samurai who is on a mission to protect Tsushima Island during the first Mongol invasion of Japan. The game was developed by Sucker Punch Productions. It won in the Best Art Direction category at The Game Awards 2020.

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Emecheta Christian

Emecheta Christian is an avid gamer with over 5 years in the industry. He is also a poet. It is therefore not surprising that his post sometimes read like poetry.


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