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Sony's exclusives trailer shows off The Last of Us 2, Days Gone

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A samurai and bowman standing in sunset in Ghost of Tsushima
Ghost of Tsushima

Sony have released a trailer showing off all the exclusives available to PlayStation 4 owners, and you can snag a few precious peeks at their upcoming titles - The Last of Us 2, Days Gone and the samurai flavoured Ghost of Tsushima.

It's nothing overly spectacular, just a montage of some of Sony's aces, both earlier like Horizon: Zero Dawn, Spider-Man and God of War, which is still winning awards by the way, and the upcoming ones.

Out of the aforementioned three, the latter two pretty much marked the year 2018, and the awards re still trickling in.

Granted, Spidey hasn't been that active in the award-winning department, but its success has often been cited by Sony as outstanding. 

In fact, the company revealed that Spider-Man passed the 9m mark  before the holiday shopping craze of 2018 even began and it's already established itself as the fastest selling superhero game in US history - a no small feat we guess.

As for the upcoming titles from the trailer, there isn't much that we don't know about Days Gone, including the full map size and mission types. However, it's the other title that we're dying to know more about, as the developer doesn't seem very keen on sharing their progress at the moment.

We recently caught news of a Swedish retailer who has leaked the release date of Ghost of Tsushima, and it said 30 August 2019, although it was quickly taken down afterwards. It's of course entirely possible that we're looking at a placeholder date, so it pays to take these things with a grain of salt. 

We've been on the lookout for anything Ghost of Tsushima related ever since Sony's shakuhachi expert started ripping them killer tunes on the E3 floor, but Sucker Punch are keeping the thing well under wraps.

At the time, the developer pointed out they were aiming for a samurai fantasy, because who doesn't like being a samurai. Considering that samurai are a globally romanticised type of fantasy, the answer is probably nobody.

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You can check out some screenshots of Ghost of Tsushima below.