Ghost of Tsushima Inspired PS4 Design Is Fit for a Samurai

Ghost of Tsushima Inspired PS4 Design Is Fit for a Samurai

Check out designer XboxPope as he creates an incredible Ghost of Tsushima Inspired PlayStation 4.

After yesterday’s State of Play, it’s safe to say that if you weren’t excited about the game beforehand, then you sure as hell are now. Sony and Sucker Punch didn’t hold back by showing gamers exactly what they wanted and that’s an almost 20-minute presentation delving into the games exploration, combat, and customization mechanics. It was one hell of a presentation in which we saw more of the protagonist, Jin Sakai, making his way through its outstanding world whilst also getting to see some combat and the different ways you can take enemies down. To commemorate the game, Twitter user XboxPope designed an incredible PlayStation 4 Ghost of Tsushima inspired concept art console showing how much we really need to get our hands on one of these for real.

In the past, XboxPope got to work with Xbox on helping them to create a controller that consisted of incredible splashes of vibrant colors that took the rather plain looking controller to a new level. Over on his Instagram account, we can see the many designs Pope has taken part in which are mostly consisting of Xbox One consoles. Scrolling through the site you come across the likes of a Gears 5 controller as well as a Cyberpunk 2077 and Halo Infinite and even a Spongebob and Peppa Pig console kit. He really is extremely talented in his designs and I’m fairly sure there isn’t much he can’t come up with.

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This time, however, Pope turns his creative skills onto Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima. Even though doing designs for the PlayStation 4 isn’t usually his forte, the attention to detail is second to none. The black dragon design on the PS4 looks incredible, as does the same design on the controller to match. We even see the red double triangle symbol on the front of the PS4 as well as on the directional buttons on the controller as well as gold L1 and R1 buttons. There’s one thing for certain, people would pay top dollar to have this Ghost of Tsushima PS4 edition in their livingroom this instant! Who knows, maybe Sony will hire him to make this for real?

Ghost of Tsushima will launch exclusively for PS4 on June 26, 2020.