Ghost of Tsushima PC Release Rumoured Following PS4 Branding Change

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New box art for PS4-exclusive Ghost of Tsushima has been spotted on PlayStation Direct and Amazon, and suggests that Ghost of Tsushima might see some sort of release on PC soon.

While the artwork on the new packaging is largely the same, the key difference is that the new packaging doesn’t include the “Only On PlayStation” branding. Instead, there’s a new PlayStation Studios logo at the button alongside the logo for developer Sucker Punch, as caught by Video Games Chronicle. The new packaging also prominently advertises Ghost of Tsushima’s multiplayer Legends mode.

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It is worth noting, however, that PlayStation exclusives released on both the PS4 as well as the PS5 also don’t sport the “Only on PlayStation” branding. Examples include Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure. The PS5-exclusive Demon’s Souls also doesn’t include the branding.

Taking this into consideration, while it’s possible that Ghost of Tsushima might get a PC release at some point, it’s also just likely part of Sony’s greater move away from its “Only On PlayStation” branding. Instead, the company these days seems to be opting to include a PlayStation Studios logo near the bottom, as is evident on most PS5-exclusives like Demon’s Souls.

Ghost of Tsushima wouldn’t be the first first-party PS-exclusive game to get a PC version. Days Gone saw release on PC earlier this year, and back in 2020, Horizon: Zero Dawn was released on PC as well. There have also been rumours going around owing to an investor report of Uncharted 4 possibly making the jump from PS4 to PC.

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