Has this LinkedIn page just confirmed Ghost of Tsushima 2?
Ghost of Tsushima only came out last summer, yet PlayStation fans are already begging for more.
The multiplayer spin-off Ghost of Tsushima Legends provided some extra content for players who enjoyed samurai combat of the game. Although it had none of the exploration that Tsushima fans enjoyed so much.
However, Tsushima fans may not have to wait much longer for another installment in the franchise thanks to this information.
Ghost of Tsushima 2 in Development?
LinkedIn is a great way to spot unannounced games that developers are making. Cinematic Creative Director at Sucker Punch Dave Molloy updated his ‘About’ section on the site which has potentially confirmed that Ghost of Tsushima 2 is in development.
PlayStation fans also have a few more potential games to look forward to. These hints could suggest that a secret Sony team is working on Uncharted 5.
Dave Molloy has been at Sucker Punch since 2008, helping make the Infamous series as well as Ghost of Tsushima. He recently updated the ‘About’ section on his LinkedIn account to say “presently working on the Ghost of Tsushima game for Sony PS5.”
Ghost of Tsushima has already received a PS5 upgrade, so this mention of Ghost of Tsushima on PS5 shouldn’t be some kind of remake. Therefore the only other options are a full-fledged sequel or a spin-off type game like Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
However, Molloy’s LinkedIn ‘About’ section has since been changed to say Sony PlayStation. While the reference to the PS5 has been removed, this is most likely as a reaction to people speculating about the Tsushima sequel because of his profile.
Fans shouldn’t take this as total confirmation that Ghost of Tsushima 2 is in development but it is certainly a big hint.
An industry insider has leaked a Fallout New Vegas sequel too. This, alongside Bethesda’s Indiana Jones game, will surely make a next-gen console worth a purchase.
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