Ghost Of Tsushima: A Console Exclusive Makes Its Way to PC

*Ghost Of Tsushima*, a highly acclaimed game that was initially exclusive to PlayStation, is finally making its way to PC on May 16th, 2024. This move by Sony to release their exclusive titles on PC after a year or so is what I would call the "sweet spot" in terms of console exclusivity.


Ghost Of Tsushima, a highly acclaimed game that was initially exclusive to PlayStation, is finally making its way to PC on May 16th, 2024. This move by Sony to release their exclusive titles on PC after a year or so is what I would call the "sweet spot" in terms of console exclusivity.

The game, set in 13th century Japan during the Mongol invasion, follows the story of Jin Sakai, a samurai on a quest against an overwhelming foe. With its unique take on open-world gameplay, stunning graphics, and engaging combat system, Ghost Of Tsushima offers a refreshing experience for PC players. It's not just another Assassin’s Creed in Japan; it's something more.

The PC version of the game comes with several perks, including unlocked framerate, expanded graphics options, support for ultrawide monitors, and NVIDIA DLSS 3, AMD FSR 3, and Intel XeSS support. Additionally, players can choose to play with a controller or mouse and keyboard, with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers supported for PlayStation DualSense users.

While some PC releases from Sony have had their fair share of issues, such as The Last Of Us, I'm hopeful that Ghost Of Tsushima will be a hit among PC players. Its captivating storyline, beautiful setting, and immersive gameplay make it a must-play for fans of action-adventure games.

So, mark your calendars for May 16th, 2024, and get ready to embark on an epic journey through feudal Japan in Ghost Of Tsushima on PC. It's a game that's definitely worth the wait.

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