Sony's E3 press conferences of the last few years have brought trailers by the bucket load, lighting up your eyes with dozens of game announcements and barely slowing down to take a breath. Last year's gameplay trailer was one of the highlights of the show. It was impressive and the flawless demo for a game that is surely at the top of many people's wish lists.
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This stunning game from Sucker Punch, the makers of Sly Cooper and Infamous, features incredible visuals, a sweeping soundtrack, a methodical combat system reminiscent of what we've seen in God of War, and a lot of promising design choices. As seen in this video, Spider-Man is working with Yuriko Watanabe, an NYPD captain who became the Wraith in the Marvel Universe. For now, this is what we know about Ghost of Tsushima.
Unfortunately, there's no word on when Ghost of Tsushima will be released, but we believe that the game will be available sometime in 2019. Granted, since this is a sequel and if you're like me and still haven't gotten around to playing the first The Last Of Us, there will be some minor spoilers inherent in the gameplay, but nothing too insane. "The trailer is the flawless way to share with the world what we've been dying to play for so many years - fighting back invaders in feudal Japan, mastering the katana and building your legend as "the Ghost".