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Yoshida describes Ghost of Tsushima as bigger than inFamous: Second Son and now playable.

Yoshida describes Ghost of Tsushima as bigger than inFamous: Second Son and now playable.

During the events of the PSX 2017 event, Sony Worldwide Studios president Suhai Yoshida talked about some details about the game of Ghost of Tsushima coming from inFamous developers.

Yoshida described the game as a much bigger game than inFamous: Second Son, the last game of the studio Sucker Punch, adding that it is the largest project done by the studio since its inception also said that the game is playable at the moment so he managed to experience several times over the past two years, but the game now Complete the images and there are no problems facing the team in the development process.

During the dialogue, Yoshida said he was able to experiment with some of the upcoming PlayStation 4, including Ghost of Tsushima, Spider-Man and Days Gone, which he said was almost complete and playable from start to finish, while Yoshida was still unable to experience The Last of Us Part II And Death Stranding.

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