As long as we’re not talking about Nintendo, first-party exclusives are way less common these days. Sure, there are still some big names that won’t leave their home company’s grasp such as God of War Ragnarok, but even those will certainly arrive on PCs eventually. Sony in particular has taken the initiative to bring their previously PlayStation-locked titles to everyone in recent years.
We’ve seen big names like Marvel’s Spider-Man, The Last of Us Part I and Final Fantasy VII: Remake leaving consoles, but another big candidate for that is Ghost of Tsushima, the 2020 samurai action-stealth game released exclusively for the PS4. The big title might find its way into PCs sooner than we expect.
When is Ghost of Tsushima Coming to PCs?
While there’s no definitive release date for a Ghost of Tsushima port, many rumors have indicated it to be happening very soon. The title was absent from the latest State of Play, but some hints and supposed leaks are indicating a possible announcement for a release that might still happen this very year.
The title is not only one of the few PS4 exclusives that weren’t ported to PCs yet, but it’s also now lacking the “Only on PlayStation” label on PlayStation Direct. This is quite a small detail, but it’s not to be ignored as it might end up being what really confirms the game on different platforms.
And more rumors about another possible PlayStation showcase have also started to roam the internet, which would supposedly include an AAA-game PC port. Ghost of Tsushima is a big contender for this, if true. Some go as far as saying it will happen in July 2023, but once again, this is all speculation and nothing else at the moment. I do believe a port is coming, but I know better than to trust random info I find on a gaming website. Except for Prima. Prima’s fine.