Ghost of Tsushima PS4 dymanic themes now available to download

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Ghost of Tsushima had some dynamic themes for PS4 that were available for a limited time before being removed. However, that has now changed. Sucker Punch has confirmed that people with PSN accounts can now redeem the dynamic themes, but it is limited to one download per account. There are specific codes for different regions but all will give you access to all three Ghost of Tsushima dynamic themes. The codes below expire October 3rd, 2025.

The PSN codes that should be used for each region for the themes are below.

  • Americas – 5FM9-5LN6-FCM2
  • Europe – 4PNM-4RNP-9C92
  • Asia – J7CG-8DNC-BN6K
  • Japan – 8FLX-26NE-D9AA
  • Korea – GHGR-L3N9-3DTQ

Earlier this year, the Ghost of Tsushima movie found its writer in Takashi Doscher.Takashi Doscher is likely a name PlayStation fans haven’t come across, though he’s steadily amassed writing credits on a number of films including 2018’s Still, and 2019’s Only, both of which he also directed. Other names attached to the Ghost of Tsushima movie including John Wick series director, Chad Stahelski, with Sony’s Asad Qizilbash and Carter Swan as PlayStation Productions producers.

Ghost of Tsushima tells the tale of lone warrior, Jin Sakai, who must defend the island of Tsushima against unrelenting Mongol hordes. As we see throughout his journey, there’s more depth to this character than a vengeful swordsman as he struggles between upholding the samurai code and taking a more effective path to repel Tsushima’s invaders. This is likely to be the basis for the movie, but details on what to expect are far between.

In our review for Ghost of Tsushima, I wrote, “Ghost of Tsushima is an artistic triumph, capturing a real cinematic feel through its visuals, immersive world and soundtrack. However, Jin is a serviceable main character and he and his journey to save Tsushima is often overshadowed by secondary characters and smaller, more personal stories found in the side quests. Throw in some formulaic missions and an awkward user interface, and Ghost of Tsushima is at times more style than substance.”

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