Excitingly, Ghost Of Tsushima has one of the highest completion rates for the genre of open-world games on the PlayStation, which is just one more testament to its continued success.
Inspired by the work of director Akira Kurosawa, Ghost Of Tsushima is a stealth open world game set on the titular island off the western coast of Japan. Following the overwhelming invasion of Mongolian soldiers, the hero Jin Sakai is severely wounded and left for dead. He heals to full health, thanks to the actions of a village thief, who tells him that the majority of the island is subjugated by the assailants. He then takes it upon himself to adopt a different approach to combat which will let him whittle away at the Mongolian forces, such as stealthy tactics like smoke bombs and kunai. Really, some of the gameplay videos from players who have made the most of their arsenal are so satisfying to watch.
According to PSN Profiles, 65.8% of players have gotten the 'Mono No Aware' trophy which is achieved at the end of the story. Compared to other heavy-hitters on the platform, this is very impressive, and from a new IP no less. 74.2% of players have bagged Marvel's Spider-Man's story trophy, 78.6% of players have scored The Last of Us Part 2's story trophy, 72.7% of players have attained God Of War's story trophy, and 48.4% of players stuck at it for Death Stranding's story trophy. Marvel's Spider-Man, The Last Of Us Part 2, and God Of War have the advantage of a linear storytelling structure, and as a result, Ghost of Tsushima's stat is even more admirable. Open world games tend to see players drop off due to the scale of the experience, however the saga of Jin Sakai has captured players' fascinations til the very end.
Recently, two Sucker Punch Productions employees have been appointed as tourism ambassadors for the city. "When it comes to the world, the name and location of Tsushima is literally unknown, so I cannot thank them enough for telling our story with such phenomenal graphics and profound stories," said mayor Hiroki Hitakatsu. "Thanks to the two of them, Sucker Punch Productions, and SIE, I have heard from people all over the world who have learned about Tsushima through their works, and now want to see, know, and go to Tsushima."
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