With Ghost of Tsushima on the way, details continue to emerge regarding what the PlayStation 4 title will bring us. After knowing an estimate of its hours of play and Sucker Punch admitting that it will not be a fantasy game, we now know the size it will occupy on our hard drive.
Having remained relatively discreet since its announcement at Paris Games Week 2017 , a recent State of Play broadcast provided a much closer view of what we can expect from the title, and as the date approaches, expectations are starting to rise. Thanks to a PlayStation Store update we now know that if you want to wipe out all the Mongol hordes invading Tsushima, you may have to free up some hard drive space, because it will take up 50GB .
It will be necessary to make room in the console, because the game will occupy 50GBWe are reaching that point in the life of PlayStation 4 where storage is very important and it is increasingly difficult to choose who stays and who leaves . This is primarily due to increased file sizes, which are adapted to larger, more resourceful games at the end of the generation . Many will have also accumulated a huge amount especially if they have been downloading the monthly gifts of PlayStation Plus .
Ghost of Tsushima will launch exclusively on PlayStation 4 on July 19 and will allow players to mix and match the protagonist’s combat skills to form their own style of play . It will also have the largest map of the study so far and will have no marks , a true statement of intent of what Sucker Punch has prepared .