Sony has removed the exclusivity label for the Ghost of Tsushima physical package

After the release of PC versions of the Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone titles and the subsequent confirmation of work on the port for Uncharted 4, here are hints of a fourth title that could target the PC. As the headline of the news suggests, this is an action-adventure with an open world called Ghost of Tsushima.


The new speculations are based on a change in the physical packaging of the game. In contrast to the original PlayStation Studios, it attracts to the cooperative multiplayer mode Ghost of Tsushima: Legends and most importantly - it no longer has the exclusivity mark "Only On PlayStation", which indicates the upcoming release of the game on a new platform. It is definitely worth noting the fact that similar changes were made to the physical packaging of the already mentioned games Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone before the release of the PC version.


However, Sony does not use the "Only On PlayStation" label even for PS4 titles that have a full-featured version for the PS5 system, such as Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Sackboy: A Big Adventure, suggesting that the design change could only mean preparation for a full-fledged next-gen upgrade. For brand new PS5 titles such as Demon's Souls and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Sony no longer uses exclusivity at all and is instead replaced by the PlayStation Studios logo, which can be seen on the new version of the Ghost of Tsushima physical package.


You can see the difference between the individual covers of the game below.

Ghost of Tsushima was released exclusively on PS4 at the beginning of the second half of last year. At its core, a relatively simple story and a relatively traditional open-world game, which is fundamentally enriched by the breathtaking aesthetics of the game environment, ingenious music, and absolute fidelity to the genre classics of samurai films. Despite the partial weaknesses, the result is an immersive experience from which the competition could learn a few things.


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