Ghost of Tsushima Pre-Order and Collector’s Editions Detailed

[Rubs Hands Together in Anticipation]

Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima has been long awaited. Good news for fans because it is only a few months away. Also good news for collectors because there are a bunch of different editions that come with a lot of cool stuff, both digital and physical. All it needs is ethereal stuff and all realms of existence will be covered. Here we will cover all the Ghost of Tsushima pre-order bonuses and what comes with each edition. We at COGconnected are here to help you decide which edition is best for you and your wallet.

Ghost of Tsushima Pre-Order

Let us start with the pre-order. Pre-ordering any edition will get you an avatar of Jin, the hero of the game. You will also get a digital soundtrack of select music from the game and a dynamic PS4 theme featuring Jin, based on the box art. The Digital Deluxe Edition comes with all digital and in-game content. This includes a digital art book, a separate dynamic PS4 theme, the director’s commentary, 1 Technique Point and a Charm of Hachiman’s Favor, and the Hero of Tsushima skin set, which includes a golden mask, armour set, sword kit, horse, and saddle. The Digital Deluxe Edition costs $89.99 CAD.

The Special Edition comes with much of the Digital Deluxe Edition content, minus the dynampic PS4 theme and the horse, saddle, and body armour of the Hero of Tsushima skin set. However, it does come with a physical steelbook case for the disc. The Special Edition costs $89.99 CAD. The Collector’s Edition comes with everything above and more. The unique items include a Sakai mask and stand, a Sashimono war banner, a Furoshiki wrapping cloth, and a cloth map of the Island of Tsushima. The art book that comes digitally with the other editions is a physical item in the Collector’s Edition. The Collector’s Edition costs $219.99 CAD. Ghost of Tsushima will be available exclusively on PS4 on June 26th.

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Source: PlayStation Blog