Ghost of Tsushima PC port: Is the PS exclusive still coming to the PC?

Ghost of Tsushima is without a doubt one of the best PlayStation games of recent years. The samurai gameplay, the incredibly beautiful world and the cool pathfinding system where you literally follow the wind were just awesome.

Unfortunately, the game, which was released in July 2020, is still a PlayStation exclusive and has not been released on any other platform. Since both the Horizon games and God of War have received PC ports, the question naturally arises as to whether PC gamers will ever be able to experience this masterpiece on their computers.

Is Ghost on Tsushima coming to PC? 

Even though there is still no official news about a PC port, we firmly believe that Ghost of Tsushima will be released for PC sooner or later . Why are we so sure about this? As already mentioned, in recent years more and more PS-exclusive games have also received a PC port, including classics such as: God of War, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Days Gone and The Last of Us. Most of these franchises are significantly larger than Ghost of Tsushima and still received a PC port, so why would Sony hold on to the exclusivity of a smaller franchise? 

In addition, there have already been a few leaks that point to a port. In 2021 there was a leak from Nvidia that contained some games that were still unreleased or even not yet announced. A PC port for Ghost of Tsushima was also on this list. Much of the list that was leaked at the time has now been confirmed, for example Ratchet & Clank, Returnal, Dragon's Dogma 2, Resident Evil 4 Remake, Tekken 8 and more. This of course gives the Ghost of Tsushima Port even more credibility.

But hey, that wasn't all, the "Only on PlayStation" banner has disappeared from the title image of the game in the PlayStation Store for some time now... 

Yes, we know that this is all still a bit of guesswork and unfortunately there is still no official information from Sony about a Ghost of Tsushima PC port, but we would be very surprised if Sony passed up the opportunity to play the game to make some more coal. 

If you like large, open worlds but don't own a PlayStation, we can recommend Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom or Red Dead Redemption 2, both of which have incredibly good world building and will keep you busy for some time become. Maybe there will be a Ghost of Tsushima port by then... If not, you can spend the rest of your time playing Elden Ring.

(Source: Sony)