Check out this beautiful Ghost of Tsushima box art cover by artist Tomas Ciger Eniac.
Ghost of Tsushima‘s launch trailer dropped this week in preparation for its release on Friday. The 60-second trailer showcased some different environments found within the game as well as combat sequences and stealth-based approaches. To go along with this, Sony released a free new dynamic theme based on the game as well that’s available to download straight to your PS4 this instant. Many players have already got Ghost of Tsushima pre-downloaded or at least pre-ordered but check out this beautiful sleeve art that comes along with the game when you pre-order it from a Slovakian online store.
As seen on Reddit, user BenjaminMadoran pointed out that they were able to obtain this stunning piece of Ghost of Tsushima art when they pre-ordered the game with progamingshop.sk. The box art features Jin wearing his Sakai Mask against falling Japanese maple leaves. On the back of the cover, there is a Japanese temple and a Torii which is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine. The artwork is done by illustrator and designer Tomas Ciger Eniac who has really captured the Samurai feel and color for this particular artwork.
Unfortunately, the poster has stated that the website doesn’t offer shipping outside of Slovakia but I’m sure with enough searching, eventually, you could find someone who is flogging one somewhere. However, if you live within the vicinity, this particular Ghost of Tsushima pre-order will cost €57.99 for the standard edition and they will even throw in a free t-shirt and two very cool posters.
To accompany the stunning visuals in Ghost of Tsushima. the soundtrack to the game will be arriving digitally and physically at launch. The physical edition will also be available as a two-disc edition on that date, with a vinyl edition featuring “The Way of the Ghost (feat. Clare Uchima).” being available later down the line. Ghost of Tsushima is slated to launch on July 17, 2020, and will be a PS4 exclusive. If you want to pre-order the game through Amazon, you can do so here.
This post contains affiliate links where DualShockers gets a small commission on sales. Any and all support helps keep DualShockers as a standalone, independent platform for less-mainstream opinions and news coverage.