Work on the next Ghost of Tsushima seems to be underway at Sucker Punch.
The game seems to have resonated with those in the land it portrays.
Some you'll have to really think about.
Sucker Punch's samurai game went the extra mile.
People out there are slaying a lot of demons.
Jim Ryan talks the samurai title's unexpected success.
This is how they can have their cake, and eat it too.
It's out on October 16th along with Ghost of Tsushima: Legends.
The raid will arrive "in the weeks following" the launch of Legends.
It was Shuhei Yoshida who encouraged Sucker Pucker to go all in.
The game's first month was a big success in every way possible.
Update 1.07 aims to fix potential drift and deadzone issues on your controller.
"All of the content is unlocked through play," the developer says.
Sucker Punch's open world game surpasses Spider-Man's record.
The Destroy All Humans! remake debuts in third place.
Sucker Punch's samurai epic isn't always the most inventive game, but it does some really interesting things with open world design.
Ghost of Tsushima could be a great template for telling different stories across different settings under a single umbrella.
Meanwhile, Paper Mario: The Origami King continues to see strong sales.
Paper Mario: The Origami King falls from second to fourth place in the charts.
We take a look at elements of Sucker Punch's newest game and how closely they stick to historical facts.