Kotaku's Jason Schreier often has a lot of insider information, correctly reporting on the recent delay for Naughty Dog's The Last of Us: Part II, and now he also claims that Ghost of Tsushima is getting pushed back as well.
This isn't the same kind of delay though, since Sucker Punch's game didn't have a release date, but Schreier says it's getting pushed later into 2020 to account for The Last of Us: Part II's new release window. It was originally planned for the first half of 2020, but this is no longer the case, although Schreier adds he doesn't expect it to be turned into a PS5 game.
When rumours starting floating around about "unexpected news" on a first-party title, many speculated that it could have been Ghost of Tsushima, since we've had a long period of radio silence ever since it was shown off at E3 2018.
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