As we've reported on numerous times, Ghost of Tsushima has proven to be very popular with the Japanese — to the point where key employees at developer Sucker Punch were made official ambassadors of the actual Tsushima island. This was after the open world title received all kinds of awards from Japanese games media and fans.
And Japan's love for the PlayStation exclusive is set to continue, as Tsushima's tourism board has now greenlit a range of fresh Ghost of Tsushima merchandise, which will be sold on the island itself. Products include some snazzy looking t-shirts, buttoned shirts, scarves, socks, mugs, and more. If you're planning a trip to Tsushima anytime soon, it's probably worth keeping an eye out.
It'll be interesting to see how Ghost of Tsushima's rosy relationship with real-life Japan endures, because a sequel is heavily rumoured to be in the works. Indeed, Sucker Punch recently stated that it was moving on from the game after roughly two years of support through free updates. We can't wait to see what it's cooking up.