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Fans speculate on Ghost of Tsushima PC release after box art changes

Could we be seeing a PS5 or PC release?

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A bloodied Jin in Ghost of Tsushima Image: Sucker Punch Productions/Sony Interactive Entertainment via Polygon
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Ghost of Tsushima fans with keen eyes noticed a change to the packaging artwork that could signal new developments for the samurai game. No longer does its artwork carry the text banner that reads “only on PlayStation.” Does that mean it’s coming to PC?

The new box art is available on the official PlayStation Direct store and on the game’s Amazon listing. The tagline was also removed from the packaging for Days Gone and Horizon Zero Dawn, both of which were ported to the PC.

Polygon has reached out to a Sony representative for more information. It must be noted that the “only on PlayStation” text is also not above box art for PS4 titles that have PlayStation 5 versions, like Spider-Man: Miles Morales. PS5 exclusives also lack the branding; neither Demon’s Souls nor Ratchet & Clank have the “only on PlayStation” text on their packaging.

Ghosts of Tsushima already received post-launch support in the form of a co-op four-player mode. Elsewhere, a movie based on the game is currently in production, with John Wick series director Chad Stahelski currently attached.