Ghost of Tsushima 2, the sequel to Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima, will reportedly not be a part of the upcoming PlayStation Showcase. The original game launched in 2020 and received a Director’s Cut soon after for PS5, adding the Iki Island expansion as well as several visual and performance boosts. Those hoping to see the sequel so soon might have to adjust their expectations for it appearing at the next Sony event.
According to journalist Jeff Grubb, who accurately reported on the PlayStation Showcase in the first place well before its announcement, Ghost of Tsushima 2 will not make an appearance or be announced at the upcoming PlayStation Showcase taking place next week. Grubb added that BioWare fans shouldn’t expect see Dragon Age: Dreadwolf at the show either, though he claims that it will only be released in summer 2024 at the earliest.
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This shouldn’t really come as a surprise since it would probably be too soon for Sucker Punch to show off anything from the sequel, which might still be in the middle of development. If anything, it could appear at next year’s showcase and aim for a launch in 2025 or 2026, though that’s just speculation on our part.
Adding to some of the sad news, Grubb stated that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, the fourth mainline Dragon Age game from BioWare, also won’t make an appearance at the show. Since EA has seemingly bowed out of hosting any conferences or showcases this year, fans expected that the game might be shown at one of the confirmed summer gaming events. EA didn’t list Dreadwolf on its schedule of games releasing until at least April 2024 so that’s not a surprise either.
That said, PlayStation fans can look forward to plenty of announcements at the upcoming showcase as it will run for just over an hour and feature first and third-party reveals coming to PS5 and PS VR2. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 is all but guaranteed to show up as wel.
Source: Jeff Grubb