'Ghost Of Tsushima' Has An Awesome Tribute To Past PS4 Exclusives
While not confirmed, it's looking incredibly likely that Ghost Of Tsushima will be the last major PlayStation 4 exclusive before the PlayStation 5 arrives later this year. As such, it's only fitting that developer Sucker Punch hid a sweet tribute to a number of past PS4 exclusives in its open world samurai adventure.
Before we really get into this, I should point out that this article will contain some (very) minor spoilers for Ghost Of Tsushima. If you want to go into the adventure completely fresh, then I'd leave now. If you've already played the game or just don't care, then stick around a while. I'm more than happy to have you here.
As spotted by GamesRadar+, you can find this Easter egg after beating the game's main story. Once the credits have rolled, you'll find yourself standing in Jin's house. It's here that you'll discover a table with a katana placed on it, surrounded by 12 pieces of origami that represent various PlayStation exclusives. See for yourself below.
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While some of the pieces are obvious, others are a little more esoteric. The red car is from Gran Turismo Sport. The Lomax head, obviously, is from Ratchet & Clank. The giraffe-type creature is one of the robots from Horizon Zero Dawn. The motorbike represents Days Gone. The larger looking figure at the back is Gaius, from Shadow Of The Colossus.
The guitar is of course Ellie's guitar from The Last Of Us Part II, and the axe is from God Of War. You can also see the logos of Kojima Productions and PlayStation London Studio. A paintbrush represents the excellent Concrete Genie. The baseball is from MLB The Show. Finally, the imp in the back-right corner is from Dreams.
Pretty awesome, right? I'm not entirely sure why Marvel's Spider-Man and Bloodborne didn't make the cut, but I'm willing to forgive and forget... even if they are my two personal favourite PS4 exclusives. Whatever, Sucker Punch. It's fine.
Ghost Of Tsushima leaves the PS4's run of single-player exclusives on a mostly positive note. In our own review, we praised the game's visuals, but found its open world lacking and unimaginative. Still, you can run around and pet foxes, so that's something.
Featured Image Credit: Sony