Ghost of Tsushima Minimum File Size for PS4 Revealed

Ghost of Tsushima

After waiting for so many years, PlayStation 4 users on July 17 will be able to enjoy one of the most anticipated exclusives, Ghost of Tsushima. An upcoming title developed by Sucker Punch that has attracted the attention of so many of us, thanks to its proposal inspired by Feudal Japan.

Obviously, the arrival of an AAA title inevitably refers us to the file size it will occupy on the console’s hard drive and this information was recently revealed. After the recent trailer presented of Ghost of Tsushima, Sucker Punch and PlayStation started the final stage prior to its launch, so the official site of the video game on the PlayStation Store was updated in some of its sections.

Ghost of Tsushima Minimum File Size for PS4 Revealed

One of them specifies the file size or space the title will occupy on the hard drive. And today it is known that Ghost of Tsushima will need at least 50 GB to be able to run on the Sony PS4 console. So if you are limited in that sense, you must manage your content suitable for the title to be downloaded or installed without problems.

The preview that Sucker Punch revealed last week showed different characteristics of Ghost of Tsushima, such as its impressive open world, its combat system and the possibilities of exploration that we will have at all times in what it shapes to be a representation of Feudal Japan full of life and things to do.

It is worth mentioning that Ghost of Tsushima customization will also be seen in other elements of the game. For example, you will have the opportunity to choose if you want to play it with Japanese voices to make it feel like a real samurai movie. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy the cut scenes with different filters or customize the soundtrack.

Ghost of Tsushima will release on July 17 exclusively on PS4. In recent news, the creator of God of War, David Jaffe, also made some statements about this game.

Rajesh V
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