Gear up with Sony’s new Ghost of Tsushima goodies.
We’re now just hours away from the release of Sucker Punch’s samurai adventure Ghost of Tsushima, and now, Sony has revealed an amazing line of merchandise to supplement the game’s release.
The first piece of merchandise is an alternate version of the Jin Sakai Funko POP that was revealed by Funko as part of their collaboration with Sony. The POP figure just revealed by Sony is classed as the “original Jin Sakai figure” and is the same as the Gamestop exclusive version minus some blood splatters. The figures will set you back $11.99 and they ship to the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
The fashion-conscious can head over to the PlayStation Gear store and grab a discounted launch bundle that includes a Ghost of Tsushima logo hoodie and sling bag. The Gear store also has a bunch of extra clothing items including a range of T-shirts and hoodies.
Teaming up with Dark Horse Comics, Sony has also revealed a stunning art book titled “The Art of Ghost of Tsushima.” The art book has over 200 pages and is “full of concept art, storyboards, and more from throughout the development of Ghost of Tsushima, as well as commentary and insight from our team.” The stylish book ships to a variety of countries and costs $49.99.
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The next item shown is a fully articulated Jin Sakai Figma, created by Good Smile Company and Max Factory. While they only showed off a prototype of the Figma, Sony confirmed it will have “posable joints, swappable heads with and without Jin’s Ghost mask, a cloth cape, and accessories including different sword kits and arrows.” According to the post, we’ll get a further look at the product later this year.
Finally, and the piece de la resistance, Sony confirmed the team at Prime 1 Studio are working on an awesome Jin Sakai 1:4 Scale statue. Like the Figma before it, they only teased a concept of the piece but confirmed it will be incredibly detailed “including a fox and shrine, guide bird, and ginkgo leaves straight from the Golden Forest featured in the game.”
Ghost of Tsushima launches on PS4 tomorrow, and as with all first-party PlayStation titles, you can check out our review when it drops in a couple of weeks.