‘Ghost of Tsushima’ might make its way to PC, very soon!

Ghost of Tsushima is one of the most celebrated titles of 2020 on PlayStation. But it might soon arrive for PC gamers as well in the future.

Though it’s not yet confirmed, a recent observation has led to a few speculations about Ghost of Tsushima for PC.

‘Ghost of Tsushima’ on PC: Will it happen?

Recently, there were rumors, courtesy of a tweet on Twitter, that the newest box art for the game doesn’t feature the ‘Only on PlayStation’ logo. A leaker named CrazyLeaksOnATrain posted that.

Along with Ghost of Tsushima, he said that Bloodborne, Uncharted, and God of War would soon receive a PC release.

However, such rumors soon became weak as many other buyers shared images of their box art. They said that the logo of ‘Only for PlayStation’ is still there.

But then there have been cases where the logo isn’t there at all.

What does that mean?

Well, it may imply that Ghost of Tsushima might witness an announcement regarding a big update. It’s because it will complete its one year of launch next month.

And Sucker Punch might plan something special for the players on other platforms than just PlayStation.

Can’t rule the possibility of a PC port because Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding arrived on PC after coming for PlayStation. Sony has the option of doing that with its famous titles when their exclusivity period is over.

The chances look positive rather than negative for those who are hoping for a surprise.

ALSO READ: Ghost of Tsushima has a second-highest completion rate

New games in 2021

Meanwhile, this year will witness lots of fresh releases regarding the arrival of colossal AAA heavyweights.

Die-hard gamers will have various options with upcoming titles like Halo Infinite, Far Cry 6, and Deathloop.

A new Call of Duty entry, New World, Dying Light 2, Scarlet Nexus, Cyber Shadow, and Stray are also on the list.

However, the line-up extends even further with the likes of Back 4 Blood, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, and Humankind.

Shadow Warrior 3, The Ascent, Battlefield 2042, Forza Horizon 5, and Horizon Forbidden West are other crucial launches.

Some of the recently announced projects arriving soon are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories.

Coming onto Ghost of Tsushima, again, it’s currently available for PS4.

What are your thoughts over all the major games making their way into this year? Are you looking forward to them?

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