Ghost of Tsushima Artists Share a Ton of Behind-the-Scenes Concept Art and Renders
Designers and artists from Sucker Punch pulled together an impressive concept art gallery and work that went into making Ghost of Tsushima.
With its launch last month, Ghost of Tsushima not only brought players into its serene and stunning Japanese world, but brought players through (essentially) the end of the of the generation for the PS4. The long-awaited open-world title was a critical and commercial success for Sony, with Sucker Punch pouring years of work and development into the game. If you can’t get enough of Ghost of Tsushima, you can now take a look through a huge collection of the art that went into its creation.
A number of artists and designers that worked on Ghost of Tsushima have created an official Art Station page featuring concept art, illustrations, character renders, and more that went into the making of Sucker Punch’s game.
From concept to characters to environments and more, take a look at some of the gorgeous art our team created for #GhostOfTsushima in a new Art Blast from @ArtStationHQ! 🖼️https://t.co/DCJlfWZ9xn pic.twitter.com/GzjZPMsAnF
— Ghost of Tsushima 🎮 OUT NOW (@SuckerPunchProd) August 11, 2020
Overall, there are dozens (if not hundreds) of illustrations and pieces of concept art that are worth checking out if you’re a fan of Ghost of Tsushima. The illustrations especially of the game’s landscapes and scenery are stunning in their own right, and the gallery gives a neat impression of the extensive behind-the-scenes work that went into the making of the game. You can take a look at a few select images from the page below, but I’d recommend checking out the entire gallery for yourself:
Our full review for Ghost of Tsushima went up last week, where we scored the game at an 8.0/10. Overall, our reviewer Michael Ruiz found Sucker Punch’s open-world samurai epic to be “well-crafted” and “gorgeous,” while admitting it isn’t necessarily the most original take on an open-world game at this point. Having finished the game for myself last month, Ghost isn’t perfect by any means, but it’s a solid title in its own right and a fitting end to the line of first-party exclusives for the PS4.
Ghost of Tsushima is available now exclusively for PS4.