Ghost Of Tsushima X Days Gone

Ghost of Tsushima Developer Sucker Punch Celebrates Days Gone’s Release With Awesome Crossover Art

Sony Bend Studio’s newly-released open-world adventure game Days Gone and Sucker Punch Productions’ upcoming samurai game Ghost of Tsushima couldn’t be farther from each other in terms of setting, but today their two worlds briefly collided.

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In order to celebrate the release of Days Gone, Sucker Punch tweeted some really lovely artwork by concept artist Edward Pun, featuring the game’s protagonist Deacon St. John fighting back to back with Ghost of Tsushima hero Jin Sakai against a horde of freakers.

I guess that if the two survive, Jin will be well-prepared to fend off the Mongol “horde” (I did find a point of connection, after all) when his game comes out at some point in the future.

You can check out the full artwork below.

Days Gone has been released today exclusively for PS4. On the other hand, while Ghost of Tsushima will be on the same platform, it doesn’t have a release window just yet.

If you want to learn more about Days Gone, you can read our review and our wiki full of guides to help you get started.

Hopefully, we’ll hear more about the release of Ghost of Tsushima soon, because I honestly can’t wait for it. I’ve been pining to see more for a long time, but this will do.


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