Sucker Punch has confirmed that Ghost of Tsushima will have a Japanese language option.

Ghost of Tsushima will be localised in Japanese, reports Eurogamer. Sucker Punch has confirmed that its upcoming samurai game will have a Japanese audio track option, but it’s not clear if the game will ship with it at launch.

Additionally, the studio shared that an audio scout had been sent to Japan to record native birdsong, as well as other sounds indigenous to the country, to create a more authentic experience, calling the game a “time machine” that accurately represents the era it’s set in and the location.

Ghost of Tsushima was announced last year at the Sony Paris Games Showcase.

The PlayStation 4 exclusive doesn’t have a release date yet, but it looks fantastic, and could well be the console’s swangsong before we move on to the next generation.

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