Many of these are villains that this version of Spider-Man had put in prison during the eight years he's been active, further emphasizing that this is a highly experienced web-slinger. The demo ended with a climactic duel against a former ally, and solidified Ghost of Tsushima as an exclusive to watch for anyone who owns a PS4. Stay tuned for our first impressions of the game at E3 2018! This new trailer also included plenty of cinematic moments, and revealed two more actors in Death Stranding's star-studded cast: Lea Seydoux and Lindsay Wagner.
The trailer showed off a demo from the ninth day of the Mongol Invasion of Japan, and kicked off with the protagonist Jin wandering the gorgeous Japanese countryside.
Stealth also seems to be a core component of the gameplay, which saw the player dropping down from above onto unsuspecting enemies.
Ghost of Tsushima is the newest of the four games, and having only just been announced at Paris Games Week previous year with a brief teaser, it was intriguing to see what this game was actually all about. It'll be interesting to see who is the mysterious villain that appeared at the end of the video. 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 footage above showcases the kind of samurai experience that we've been wanting from a video game for a long time.
Ghost of Tsushima is launching exclusively for PS4, although we don't have a release date yet. This trailer will have to do for now, but we'll definitely be keeping an eye out for more on Ghost of Tsushima as we move through the rest of 2018.