The war game Ghost of Tsushima, released on July 17, became the highest user-rated PS4 game in Metacritic in as little as a week. The game, which was voted by 11.190 users in total, currently has 9.3 user points out of 10.
Ghost of Tsushima, one of the most anticipated PlayStation 4 games of 2020, was finally made available to players last week. The production, which managed to be the best output PS4 game by selling 2.4 million pieces in the first three days on the market, proved its success by getting full marks from many different gaming authorities. So much so that the game now sits at the top of Metacritic with the points it gets from users.
A week after the debut, the war game was rated by 11,190 users on Metacritic in a short time. As a result of the scoring performed, Ghost of Tsushima scored 9.3 out of 10, thus becoming the PS4 game with the highest user score in Metacritic. When we look at the ranking of user points, The Witcher 3 comes after 9.2 with Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us Remastered with 9.2 points and God of War with 9.1 points.
What kind of game is Ghost of Tsushima?
Ghost of Tsushima, developed by Sucker Punch, is an action-adventure game published by Sony for PlayStation devices. In the game, which has a scenario that took place in the 1200s, we accompany the story of the last member of the clan, samurai Jin Sakai, who wants to save his country at all costs. The story of the game shared by Sony is as follows:
“13. At the end of the century, the Mongolian Empire destroyed all nations to conquer the East. Tsushima Island is the only obstacle of the giant Mongolian army led by the brutal and cunning General Khotun Khan to the mainland of Japan.
On the island ruined by the first wave of the Mongol attack, samurai warrior Jin Sakai is one of the last surviving members of his clan. It is ready to do whatever it takes to protect people and take back their home. In order to draw the path of Ghost, a new way, he must start an extraordinary war to set aside the traditions that made him warrior and set Tsushima free. ”