- Ghost of Tsushima
Ghost of Tsushima PC requirements
- CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz Or AMD FX-8320
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 950 2 GB or AMD Radeon R9 380
- Windows: Windows 7,8,8.1 and 10 (64 Bit)
- DirectX: DX 11
- HDD Space: 60 GB
- CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K 4-Core 4.0GHz Or AMD Ryzen R5 1600
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Or AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 8GB
( File Size: 60 GB )
Ghost of Tsushima GAME DETAILS
Ghost of Tsushima is a 2020 action-adventure game developed by Sucker Punch Productions and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment . Featuring an open world , the player controls Jin Sakai, a samurai on a quest to protect Tsushima Island during the first Mongol invasion of Japan . The game was released for PlayStation 4 on July 17, 2020, and a Director’s Cut for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 was released on August 20, 2021. It received praise for its visuals, art direction, narrative, and combat but was criticized for its open world design. Ghost of Tsushima also earned several award nominations and wins, and sold 6.5 million copies by March 2021.
Ghost of Tsushima is an action-adventure stealth game played from a third-person perspective. The game features a large open world, with no visible waypoints on the HUD, which can be explored with or without guidance by wind direction.  Players can travel to different parts of the island on horseback. An item that acts as a grappling hook is available to access difficult to reach areas. The game features side quests and non-playable characters with which the player can interact.
Players can engage in a direct confrontation with enemies, called a stand off, using their katana, which can chain up a series of fatal strikes against a set number of enemies. Additionally, the player has access to bows, which can fire different types of arrows. Alternatively, using stealth allows to evade enemies, and strike them silently, and use tools such as firecrackers to create distractions, smoke bombs to disorient alerted foes, and kunai for striking multiple enemies. One-versus-one dueling with non-playable characters are featured as side quests.
Players can also unlock various sets of armor, clothing and charms. Each set has different properties that provide benefits in combat. Some armor reduces damage taken, while another increases total health or melee damage. Most sets of armor and clothing can be upgraded, by collecting materials in the area or by completing quests. Only body armor and clothing have these perks, while headwear and face wear are for visual appeal. Charms are items that are acquired through exploration that also give different effects to general gameplay, such as decreasing damage taken, reducing enemy detection speed, or increasing how much health is recovered from healing. [ citation needed ]
The game’s highest difficulty is a more realistic mode in which the player and enemies do massive damage to each other, with all non-boss fights ending in one or two successful cuts.
A multiplayer mode titled Legends was released in late 2020. Players can complete story missions based on Japanese folklore with another player.  A horde mode, in which players fight waves of enemies, is also available for a group of four players. A raid was added post- Legends launch.
The protagonist Jin Sakai (Daisuke Tsuji/Kazuya Nakai) is the head and sole remaining member of Clan Sakai and a samurai warrior. He is the nephew and ward of Lord Shimura (Eric Steinberg/Akio Ōtsuka), the jitō of Tsushima. He has several friends and companions he meets, including a thief named Yuna (Sumalee Montano/Yu Mizuno) and her blacksmith brother Taka (Eddie Shin/Kappei Yamaguchi), a female warrior named Lady Masako Adachi (Lauren Tom/Mabuki Ando), renowned Kyūdō archer Sensei Sadanobu Ishikawa (François Chau/Shigeru Chiba), merchant and con-artist Kenji (James Hiroyuki Liao/Setsuji Sato), Buddhist warrior monk Norio (Earl T. Kim/Mitsuaki Kanuka), Clan Sakai’s elderly caretaker Yuriko (Karen Huie/Yuri Tabata), and Jin’s childhood friend and leader of the infamous Straw Hat rōnin , Ryuzo (Leonard Wu/Youhei Tadano). The main antagonist is the ruthless and cunning general Khotun Khan of the Mongol Empire (Patrick Gallagher/Tsutomu Isobe), cousin of Kublai Khan, grandson of Genghis Khan.
In 1274, a Mongol fleet led by Khotun Khan invades the Japanese island of Tsushima. Local samurai Lord Jin Sakai and his uncle Lord Shimura lead the island’s samurai in an attempt to repel the invaders. However, the battle ends in disaster, with the samurai killed, Shimura captured, and Jin severely wounded and left for dead. He is found and revived by Yuna, a thief, who informs him the island has fallen. Jin storms Khotun’s stronghold at Castle Kaneda in an attempt to rescue Shimura, but is defeated by Khotun in combat and thrown off the castle bridge, though he survives.
Realizing he cannot defeat the Mongols alone or with traditional samurai tactics, Jin travels throughout the island to recruit allies and learns guerilla warfare. He recruits Yuna, her blacksmith brother Taka, merchant Kenji, master archer Sadanobu Ishikawa, female samurai Masako Adachi, and his old friend mercenary Ryuzo and his Straw Hat rōnin . As Jin disrupts Mongol activities and liberates villages across the island, the people begin to revere to him as “The Ghost”, a samurai spirit risen against the Mongols. Taka crafts a grappling hook for Jin to scale Castle Kaneda’s walls, and Jin strikes with his allies. Destitute and starving, Ryuzo and the Straw Hats betray Jin to collect the bounty issued on him by Khotun. Jin manages to fend them off, free Shimura and retake Castle Kaneda. Despite their victory, Khotun has already left to conquer Castle Shimura alongside Ryuzo.
To retake Castle Shimura, Jin recruits Norio and his warrior monks and the Yarikawa Clan. On Shimura’s behalf, he also recruits local pirate Goro to carry a petition for reinforcements to the Shogun, as well as a request for approval to adopt Jin as his heir. With a new army being assembled, Jin recovers his family’s ancestral armor from caretaker Yuriko, who teaches him how to craft poison. Under orders from Shimura, Jin and Taka try to infiltrate a fortress where Ryuzo is located but are ambushed and captured by Khotun. When Jin refuses to surrender, Khotun kills Taka. Jin escapes with Yuna’s help, killing the remaining Straw Hats and burying Taka’s body near Yarikawa. The Shogun’s reinforcements arrive, and Shimura leads the assembled army in an assault on Castle Shimura, driving the Mongols into the inner keep. However, as the Mongols retreat, they detonate the bridge leading to the inner courtyard, inflicting huge casualties on the advancing samurai.
Knowing that more lives would be lost in another frontal attack, Jin decides to infiltrate the keep and poison the Mongols. He succeeds, sneaking poison into the Mongols’ airag . He also encounters and kills Ryuzo when he refuses to surrender. However, he again misses Khotun, who has left to campaign further north. Despite the castle being taken with the samurai suffering no losses, Shimura is furious with Jin, as his action severely violates the samurai code. Knowing the Shogun will have Jin executed for this, Shimura urges him to scapegoat Yuna, but Jin refuses and embraces his persona as “The Ghost”. He is arrested, but manages to escape when Yuna learns of Khotun’s whereabouts. Jin travels north, and learns that the Mongols have learned how to craft his poison, which they intend to use in their assault on the Japanese mainland. Before gathering his allies and assaulting Khotun’s final stronghold in Port Izumi, Jin leaves a note for Shimura in his castle asking him to join the effort with the samurai, which he does. Jin infiltrates the port and kills Khotun on his flagship.
With Khotun dead, the Mongol invasion loses its momentum and the tide turns in favor of the samurai. Shimura informs Jin that the Shogun considers him a threat to the island’s stability and status quo of obedience of the people to their leaders. He has therefore disbanded Clan Sakai and ordered Shimura to kill Jin. Reminiscing about what they have both lost, Jin and Shimura reluctantly duel each other, with Jin emerging victorious. Jin has the option to either kill Shimura to give him a proper warrior’s death, or completely abandon the samurai code and spare his life. Regardless of the decision, Jin becomes the enemy of the Shogun.
Sometime after his duel with Shimura, Jin comes across a community of villagers who have been driven insane by a poison described as “sacred medicine”. It was administered by a scouting party of Mongols whom Jin has never previously encountered: members of the Mongolian Eagle tribe, led by Ankhsar “The Eagle” Khatun, from neighboring Iki Island. Defeating them, Jin learns that The Eagle is engaged in a conquest of Iki Island, where his late father Kazumasa had once led an unsuccessful campaign to pacify its raiders. The samurai withdrew from the island after Kazumasa was ambushed and killed by the raiders. Jin was there during the campaign as a boy; he witnessed his father’s death and still blames himself for not saving him. Made cognizant of this new threat to Tsushima, Jin sails to Iki to stop The Eagle and face his past.
A thunderstorm destroys Jin’s boat, but he is able to survive and arrive on Iki. Discovering the Eagle’s base to be his father’s former stronghold, Fort Sakai, Jin storms the fort but is subdued and captured by the Eagle’s second-in-command, Khunbish. He and The Eagle force Jin to consume the “sacred medicine” in an attempt to convert him into one of the tribe’s shamans. The poison causes Jin to frequently hallucinate The Eagle, his deceased father, and many of his other past failures. He is rescued by the raider Tenzo, who reluctantly accepts Jin’s help and takes him to the raiders’ leader, Fune. Jin works with the raiders to weaken The Eagle’s hold over the island, eventually retaking Fort Sakai, killing Khunbish in the process. After fending off retaliation by The Eagle’s forces, Jin hears Tenzo say “May your death benefit all beings” to a dying Mongol – the same phrase a masked raider spoke to Kazumasa before killing him. Realizing that Tenzo killed his father, Jin nearly kills Tenzo before controlling his anger. He then proposes re-enacting the ambush that killed his father, in order to lure out and kill The Eagle. Although suffering from near-continuous hallucinations, Jin overcomes the effects of the “sacred medicine” by acknowledging his father’s faults and at last coming to terms with Kazumasa’s death. Jin kills The Eagle in a duel, turning the tide in the raiders’ favor. Jin and Tenzo forgive each other before parting ways.
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