Ghost of Tsushima Release Would Take Longer Due To The Last Of Us 2 Delay
Sony has confirmed that The Last of Us: Part II will be delayed just weeks after its release date was announced. Unfortunately, this fact would not only affect those who are waiting for Naughty Dog’s new work, but also those who are dying to play Ghost of Tsushima. The reason, it is said that it would take longer to arrive for this decision.
The information comes from Jason Schreier, Kotaku journalist and author of Blood, Sweat & Pixels, who shared the news of the delay of The Last of Us Part II. In his Twitter account he mentioned that, although Ghost of Tsushima lacks a public release date, the delay of The Last of Us Part II would cause it to be delayed.
But will this mean that Sony will go against its word and that it will turn Ghost of Tsushima into a game for PlayStation 5? According to Schreier, it is difficult for that to happen, so everything indicates that you will play it on your PlayStation 4. That said, the samurai game was scheduled to debut in the first half of 2020 and now it seems difficult to debut in this period.
“By the way, Ghost of Tsushima doesn’t have a public release date yet, but it’ll also be bumped later into 2020 to account for this delay. Don’t expect them to suddenly turn it into a PS5 game or anything, but it was originally planned for the first half of the year – not anymore,” said Schreier on Twitter.
BTW, Ghost of Tsushima doesn't have a public release date yet, but it'll also be bumped later into 2020 to account for this delay. Don't expect them to suddenly turn it into a PS5 game or anything, but it was originally planned for the first half of the year – not anymore
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) October 24, 2019
It is worth mentioning that none of these release date changes is confirmed. So, although it comes from a good source, we recommend that you take this information with a grain of salt. We will keep an eye on it and inform you when we know more about it.
Ghost of Tsushima is under development for PlayStation 4 by Sucker Punch, a team best known for its work in inFamous and the saga of Sly Cooper.