Ghost of Tsushima Gets #GhostofTsushima Hashtag Featuring Cutesy Jin


Samurai hashtags for everyone.

Sony is becoming one with the emoji generation of late and seems to be promoting exclusive PlayStation things with Twitter hashtags. We’d already seen the PS5 reveal come with an emoji featuring the newly announced DualSense controller, and building up to launch, there was another hashtag for The Last of Us Part 2 which featured Ellie’s head. Now, Sucker Punch Productions’ upcoming samurai title Ghost of Tsushima has its own emoji.

If you use the hashtag #GhostofTsushima on Twitter, you’ll find Jin’s masked head appear as an emoji. A fun marketing ploy to encourage people to use the hashtag while also sharing the cute emojis all over the place. You can check it out in the below tweet, which also features some fresh concept art. However, it’s worth pointing out that the emoji only appears when using the official Twitter applications and doesn’t seem to show up through embedded tweets.

On June 22, Ghost of Tsushima was announced to have gone gold, meaning the title is now officially ready for its launch next month on July 17. Reviews for the title will be allowed to go live on July 14 ahead of launch. As for DualShockers, you’ll probably have to expect our review to go up shortly after launch due to our ongoing relationship with Sony.

When the exclusive PS4 title launches, players will need to ensure they have around 50GB of space, and while the game is due to be difficult, it will still include difficulty options for those wanting to have a more accessible experience.

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