Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but if that beholder doesn’t think Ghost of Tsushima is a gorgeous game, then we’re not likely to pay them much heed. Sucker Punch’s foray into 13th century Japan features some truly spectacular environments and animations, capping them off with a fantastic and easy to access photo mode that goes well beyond a few simple filters.
Though the game isn’t even a week old, players have flooded social media with stunningly beautiful photos that have left our jaws well and truly dropped. Below, we’ve collected some of our favorite posts that we’ve found online, so you too appreciate the majesty of Tsushima, and the excellent artistry on show. Here are our favorite Ghost of Tsushima Photo Mode pictures:
Jaw-dropping Ghost of Tsushima Photo Mode screenshots
The Ghost of Tsushima images below were all shared on social media. We’ve embedded the tweets and posts they were shared in, so be sure to click through and visit the creator’s pages if you like their work!
Widescreen // Ghost of Tsushima (PS4 photo mode) pic.twitter.com/VnaFiEaldt— Petri Levälahti (@Berduu) July 19, 2020
And finally, not to toot our own horn too much, but we’re pretty proud of the snaps our own team members have collected during our time with the game so far. Honestly, when a game is this pretty, it’s a crime not to play around with the photo mode.
Serenity. pic.twitter.com/ehbc0pnc1a— Morgan Shaver #SupportIndieGames (@Author_MShaver) July 19, 2020
If you want to craft your own beautiful shots, you can open the photo mode in Ghost of Tsushima at almost any time by a simple tap of the right D-Pad button. There are a huge array of filters and settings to play with, so don’t be afraid to experiment with everything there! It’s possible to turn even a relatively mundane scene into a dramatic and impressive screenshot.
Honestly, Sucker Punch needn’t have bothered with press release images when players can do the work for them to this quality. If you’ve crafted your own brilliant shots in Ghost of Tsushima, share them with us in the comments below! We’d love to see what you’ve been able to create when messing around with Ghost of Tsushima’s excellent Photo Mode. More more features, news and guides relating to the game, click here to head to our game hub.