Ghost Of Tsushima Features A Black-And-White Film-Style Mode

Ghost Of Tsushima Features A Black-And-White Film-Style Mode

Sucker Punch Productions’ PlayStation 4 exclusive, Ghost of Tsushima, is only two months away now. The studio recently showed off 20 minutes of gameplay that featured a bunch of enticing details, including an optional black-and-white overlay that transforms the game into a classic samurai film.

During PlayStation’s Ghost of Tsushima State of Play, Sucker Punch unveiled the Samurai Cinema overlay. The mode–which slathers the game in a windy, black-and-white, film grain texture–can be turned on at the very beginning of the game. It allows you to experience the open-world samurai action in a way that recalls the films of famed director Akira Kurosawa.





Also during the Ghost of Tsushima gameplay demonstration, Sucker Punch showed off a closer look at combat and stealth, customization, open-world exploration, and more. The game also features cute animals like birds and foxes that will guide protagonist Jin Sakai to various in-game destinations–and yes, you can pet the foxes.

Ghost of Tsushima is scheduled to hit PlayStation 4 on July 17. You can check out our Ghost of Tsushima pre-order guide to learn more about the various editions available to purchase, the bonuses you get for buying early, and more.

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