Ghost of Tsushima is the final massive PlayStation 4 exclusive before Sony moves the majority of their eggs into the basket named PS5. As with nearly every Sony exclusive, the reviews have been mostly positive with many agreeing that its open world is beautiful. If you cannot wait to begin playing as a samurai, here you’ll discover the release time for Ghost of Tsushima on the PSN store so you can know the second it will unlock.
When it comes to the PS5, Sony will be selling a version that comes with a disc drive and one without. While lovers of physical copies won’t allow themselves to abandon their dying art form, when it comes to Ghost of Tsushima there’s plenty of grievances thanks to Amazon delays.
Some people might not be able to play Sucker Punch’s PS4 exclusive on launch day thanks to the aforementioned Amazon delays, but those who pre-ordered via the PSN store will discover the release time for when digital copies will unlock down below.
How to preload Ghost of Tsushima
You can preload Ghost of Tsushima right now by pre-ordering the game for £54.99.
Either that, or you can preload the Digital Deluxe Edition of Ghost of Tsushima for £64.99 to get some neat bonuses.
Regardless of which version you pre-order, you will receive the following bonuses:
- Digital mini soundtrack
- Jin dynamic theme
- Jin PSN avatar
Meanwhile, if you purchase the Digital Deluxe version, you will receive the following meaty extras:
- One technique point*
- Charm of Hachiman’s favour*
- Hero of Tsushima skin set* – Golden mask, body armour, sword kit, horse, saddle
- Digital mini artbook
- Director’s commentary
- Samurai PS4 theme
*in-game items will unlock via story progression.
What is the release time for Ghost of Tsushima?
The unlock and release time for Ghost of Tsushima on the PSN store is 00:00 BST on July 17th.
As for elsewhere, the release time for Ghost of Tsushima should also be 00:00 ET on the exact same date.
The above hours is when you’ll be able to play the game as soon as possible provided you have finished preloading the experience.
Again, the reviews for Ghost of Tsushima have been mainly positive, so it doesn’t appear to be a game that you’ll regret buying.