THANKS TO THE GAME, THE RECONSTRUCTION OF AN IMPORTANT MONUMENT WAS FUNDED
Ghost of Tsushima is considered one of the best games of 2020, and even the champion without a crown, since The Last of Us won the highest award in several awards.
This game by Sucker Punch did much more than bring us an exciting samurai story, as it helped the Japanese island grow.
Due to the impact it had on the actual location, the directors of Ghost of Tsushima will be named permanent tourism ambassadors.
GHOST OF TSUSHIMA HELPED THE ROYAL ISLAND RECOVER FROM A DISASTER
Ghost of Tsushima awakened in those who played it some curiosity to know the real island, so in the months after its launch, admirable things happened.
The most important was the support they gave through a crowdfunding campaign, created from the destruction of an important monument, which could be repaired thanks to the contributions of the fans.
In appreciation, Hiroki Hitakatsu, Mayor of Tsushima, appointed Director Nate Fox and Creative Director Jason Conell as Permanent Tourism Ambassadors.
This construction was repaired thanks to a financing campaign.
This distinction would be awarded in person to the Ghost of Tsushima team under normal circumstances, but due to the pandemic it will be done virtually.
Fox and Conell will receive an award and a letter of thanks for the service provided thanks to the game, and when the world situation improves they will be invited to tour the island.
Sucker Punch still seems to have more content to add to the game, probably better for the game to make its way to PlayStation 5, but we’ll see if they come alive.
For the moment, players can enjoy a cooperative mode included for free, in addition to the main campaign with which you can explore the beautiful landscape of the Japanese island.