Today Sucker Punch showcased three pieces of spectacular concept art of its upcoming open-world game Ghost of Tsushima.
The artwork portrays three different views of the island, including a walkway leading to a fortified village, a pagoda shrine surrounded by the woods, and another shrine built on a rocky cliff dominating the shore.
The art was showcased on screen during the panel hosted by the developer at PlayStation Experience, and the first two locations were actually shown in-engine within the first trailer that we saw at Paris Games Week.
We’re not new to Sucker Punch’s artistic talent, it’s always hard not to be impressed by what they show us, and excited about exploring the island of Tsushima.
You can check out the artwork below. If you want to learn more about the game, you can enjoy the initial announcement, and read you can read the first details provided by Sucker Punch itself at PlayStation Experience, and a few comments by Shuhei Yoshida.
If you’re interested in the history behind the game, you can also take a look at my extensive article, that will tell you pretty much all there is to know about the events that happened as the game’s backdrop.
Ghost of Tsushima will release exclusively for PS4, but for the moment we have no idea on when it’ll actually hit the shelves.