Recently announced that the next PlayStation's "Play Status" will pay special attention to the upcoming PS4 exclusive "Ghost of the Horse".
The next edition of "State of Entertainment" scheduled to air on May 14th (Thursday) at 1pm Pacific Standard Time will provide viewers with an expanded view of Sucker Punch's highly anticipated open-world samurai adventure game. You can view the official tweets from PlayStation below.
The next episode of the playing state will be dedicated to the ghost of the horse: https://t.co/RnNIBAUKQb
1pm Pacific time Thursday pic.twitter.com/5kPGGl1WeH
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) May 12, 2020
I also shared a more detailed description of the incident on the PlayStation official blog.
The blog post wrote: “ This episode will focus entirely on the ghost of the horse and will land on PS4 on July 17. & # 39; & # 39; "You will learn more about the new game screen, including exploration, battle, etc. The current layoff time is about 18 minutes, which is acceptable or acceptable."
It continued: "And to be clear, there won't be any PS5 news or updates in this episode, just the big and beautiful look of the open world epic for Sucker Punch's PS4."
The ghost of the story of Matsushima is centered on a samurai named Jin Shijing. His mission is to stop the Mongols from invading Japan until he reaches the home of Matsushima. It was established in the 13th century, when Tsushima was the last bastion separating the aggressive Mongolian army from the Japanese mainland.
The ghost of the horse was originally scheduled to be released on June 26, 2020, but was temporarily delayed due to COVID-19 last month. The modified release date is less than one month from the original relea se date, and the game is set to be released on July 17. If you are interested in "The Ghost of Horses" before the release of "Game Status" this week, then the deluxe and collector's editions are worth a try.
For more information about ghost ghosts, check out the game ’s official story trailer in the video embedded below. Tsushima ’s Ghost is unique to PS4 and will not include new PlayStation Studios opening animations.