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The concept art that inspired Ghost of Tsushima

Ian Jun Wei Chiew / Sucker Punch Productions

John Powell / Sucker Punch Productions

Ghost of Tsushima has been praised for both its sheer beauty and commitment to an authentic depiction of 13th century Japan.

Drew Harrison / Sucker Punch Productions

The lush forests, intricate attire, and stunning architecture that brought Ghost of Tsushima to life took the artists, animators, and designers at Sucker Punch Productions years to create.

Here are some of the breathtaking pieces of art Sucker Punch used to build the virtual Tsushima.

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The Battle of Komoda Beach where 80 samurai took on thousands of Mongolian invaders.John Powell / Sucker Punch Productions
An example of the type of armor worn by noble samurai.Naomi Baker / Sucker Punch Productions
One style of armor that the Mongolian forces wore when they invaded Tsushima.Naomi Baker / Sucker Punch Productions
A wandering samurai with no lord or master is known as a ronin.Naomi Baker / Sucker Punch Productions
Protagonist, Jin Sakai, escaping a Mongol camp he just set ablaze.Ian Jun Wei Chiew / Sucker Punch Productions
Jin passes through the Golden Temple, one of the few places of refuge let after the Mongol invasion.Ian Jun Wei Chiew
Jin dropping down from a roof, ready to strike.Ian Jun Wei Chiew / Sucker Punch Productions

Find more Ghost of Tsushima concept art here or buy the full collection when it's released on September 1.

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