Ghost of Tsushima Selling Out in Some Japanese Stores, PlayStation Increasing Production

Ghost of Tsushima

PlayStation Japan have announced that Ghost of Tsushima is selling out in some Japanese stores, and that they are increasing production.

The news comes via the official Japanese PlayStation Twitter account. “‘Ghost of Tsushima’ has been [more] well received than we expected,” the tweet reads, “and we are out of stock at some stores. Currently, additional production is currently underway, but the download version is also available on the PS Store.” (Translation: Google Translate, adjusted)

Video Games Chronicle reports that Ghost of Tsushima is the third western-developed game to receive a perfect score (40 out of 40) from Famitsu magazine. The others were Grand Theft Auto V, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Skyrim. The game has seemingly been universally praised; with a Metacritic score of 83, and a user score of 9.2 (out of 10) from 9090 user reviews.

As stated in our prior coverage, the game is set on the late 13th century Japanese island of Tsushima; under attack from Mongol invaders. Samurai Jin Sakai must abandon the way of the samurai to save his homeland, using the methods of the ninja to become a ghost.

You can find the full rundown (via PlayStation) below.


In the late 13th century, the Mongol empire has laid waste to entire nations along their campaign to conquer the East. Tsushima Island is all that stands between mainland Japan and a massive Mongol invasion fleet led by the ruthless and cunning general, Khotun Khan. As the island burns in the wake of the first wave of the Mongol assault, samurai warrior Jin Sakai stands as one of the last surviving members of his clan. He is resolved to do whatever it takes, at any cost, to protect his people and reclaim his home. He must set aside the traditions that have shaped him as a warrior to forge a new path, the path of the Ghost, and wage an unconventional war for the freedom of Tsushima.



Venture beyond the battlefield to experience feudal Japan like never before. In this open-world action adventure, you’ll roam vast countrysides and expansive terrain to encounter rich characters, discover ancient landmarks, and uncover the hidden beauty of Tsushima.

Explore meticulously-crafted regions showcasing diversity of life on the sprawling island—from billowing fields and tranquil shrines to ancient forests, villages and stark mountainscapes. Find peace in the quiet moments of natural harmony and solace in the moments you’ll share with the people you help along the way.



Jin was raised and trained in the ways of the samurai. When the Mongols handily defeat the samurai forces, Jin’s world is shattered. He is faced with the most difficult decision of his life: honor the tradition and customs of his samurai upbringing and maintain a fight he cannot win, or deviate from his samurai path to protect the island and its people by any means necessary.

In his quest to reclaim Tsushima, Jin must seek the guidance and support of old friends and new unlikely allies. He must break away from tradition, become a new kind of warrior, and protect what’s left of his home at all costs.



The Mongol enemy is unpredictable and formidable in warfare and weaponry. Get the upper hand by adapting Jin’s skills and learning new tactics to defend the island and protect the people of Tsushima.

Challenge opponents head-on in close quarters with your katana for a unique immersive samurai combat experience. Master the bow to eliminate distant threats with lethal precision. Develop stealth and deception tactics to disorient and ambush enemies with surprise attacks.

An adaptive landscape and organic approach to combat makes Tsushima the perfect playground for mixing and matching skills, weapons, and tactics to find the perfect combat blend for your play style. As Jin’s story unfolds, versatility and creativity will become your greatest weapons.

Ghost of Tsushima is available on PlayStation 4. You can expect our review soon.

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Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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