Get ready, samurai and ghosts.
Sucker Punch’s highly-anticipated Ghost Of Tsushima is slated to release exclusively for the PS4 on 17 July 2020, which is less than a week away. Good news for eager gamers who have pre-ordered the game digitally, as you can already pre-load the game now.
Unfortunately for those who pre-ordered the physical version of the game (or is planning to buy one), you won’t be able to pre-load the game. Those who pre-order it anytime from now until before launch can already pre-load at the time of writing.
If your game doesn’t automatically pre-load, you can do so manually by just going to the PS4 library and downloading Ghost Of Tsushima as you would any game. The same applies to the game’s bonus content and Digital Mini Soundtrack, which are separate downloads.
You’ll get all three (Ghost Of Tsushima, Bonus Content and Digital Mini Soundtrack) if you pre-ordered the Digital Deluxe Edition on the PlayStation Store from RM299. Here’s how big each separate download is:
As you can see, the base game itself is only 34.74GB, which is relatively small not only for an open-world game but also a PS4 exclusive, seeing as The Last Of Us Part 2 was more than 70GB.
However, if you also downloaded the Bonus Content and Digital Mini Soundtrack, that’s an additional 22.10GB and 410.3MB, respectively. In total, Ghost Of Tsushima Digital Deluxe Edition is approximately 57.25GB in overall size.
Stay tuned for our review of Ghost Of Tsushima next week. In the meantime, for the Malaysian prices and details for different editions of the game, head on over here or check out everything we know about the game here.