Take a Virtual Tour of the Real-Life 'Ghost of Tsushima' Locations

Presented by the game’s team and the Nagasaki Prefecture and Tsushima tourism boards.

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The team behind Ghost of Tsushima along with the Nagasaki Prefecture Convention and Tourism Convention and the Tsushima Local Promotion Association are offering fans a virtual tour of the game’s real-life locations.

The tourism website highlights eight locations mirrored in the game, including Komoda Beach where the Mongolian armed forces first attacked, Mt. Ariake which serves as a landmark for those heading to Tsushima and the historical Banshouin Temple. On top of the locations, the groups also suggest activities special to the area such as trekking Mt. Shiratake and sea kayaking from the Land of Myth, along with cuisine one should definitely try while in Tsushima.

Ghost of Tsushima follows the story of Jin Sakai, one of the last remaining samurai on Tsushima Island to fight in the first Mongol invasion of Japan.

Check out the official Tsushima City x Ghost of Tsushima tourism website, and pick up Ghost of Tsushima on PS4.

Elsewhere in gaming, Microsoft announced a new Fable game for the Xbox Series X.

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