Sony has finally lifted the lid on when you can pick up its action-adventure title Ghost of Tsushima. The Ghost of Tsushima release date is June 26. The PS4 exclusive which has been in development at Sony’s Sucker Punch Productions has multiple editions to boot. Details as follows.

Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Digital Deluxe Edition

  • Digital copy of the game
  • Hero of Tsushima skin set (which provides an additional in-game horse, saddle, mask, sword, and armor set for Jin)
  • Charm of Hachiman’s Favour
  • One technique point
  • Samurai PS4 dynamic theme
  • Digital mini art-book by Dark Horse
  • Director’s Commentary

Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Special Edition

  • SteelBook case with the game
  • In-game Hero of Tsushima mask and sword skin
  • Charm of Hachiman’s Favour
  • One technique point
  • Director’s Commentary
  • Digital mini art book

Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Collector’s Edition

  • Replica mask with individually-numbered display stand
  • Sashimono (war banner)
  • Traditional-style furoshiki (wrapping cloth)
  • 48-page mini art-book by Dark Horse
  • Artistic rendition of the game’s world map on cloth
  • All items in the Digital Deluxe Edition
  • SteelBook case with the game

Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Standard Plus Edition

  • Ghost of Tsushima on Blu-ray disc
  • Artwork featuring custom print finish

As always, there’s a standard edition as well on disc and digital via the PS Store.

Ghost of Tsushima India price and release date

Safe to say the standard edition of the Ghost of Tsushima will be in-line with Sony’s past prices. Expect a Rs. 3,999 for Ghost of Tsushima on disc or digital. The Ghost of Tsushima release date for India should also be on June 26 when you consider that recent Sony games like Dreams, Death Stranding, and Concrete Genie made here on time.

Are the Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Special or Collector’s Editions releasing in India?

If we go by Sony’s past history with Death Stranding and Days Gone, safe to say we should at least expect the Ghost of Tsushima Special Edition to make it to India. That said, we’ve reached out to Sony for comment and will update this story if we hear from the company.