You’ll be able to play hotly anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima in Japanese, with Sucker Punch leaning on fellow first-party team Japan Studio to get the translation and voice work right. And this is how the latest trailer looks (and sounds) when leveraging the localisation. Even more impressive, right?
We think it’s great that the Seattle studio is going to these lengths to ensure its samurai slasher is as authentic as possible. The question is: will you be playing in English or Japanese?