You can see early signs of the game’s wonderful style here.
Regardless of what you think of what’s been shown of Ghost of Tsushima and whether you’re excited about it or not, you have to admit, the game has a pretty gorgeous look. The samurai game promises us a huge map in feudal Japan, and with every screen and trailer the game just seems to look better and better. Now, developer Sucker Punch has given us a nice look at some beginnings of that style.
Via the game’s official Twitter, four pieces of concept art have been released. Three feature settings, while the fourth shows Jin sitting on his horse and seemingly taking in the landscape around him. They give off a sort of serene watercolor feel to them, even the one with an ominous gate and fire all around. You can see the game’s great art style started early via these pages.
Ghost of Tsushima will release on the PlayStation 4 July 17th, with the review embargo lifting a few days earlier on the 14th.
— Ghost of Tsushima 🎮 Sucker Punch Productions (@SuckerPunchProd) June 26, 2020