Steam Is Now Refunding Ghost Of Tsushima For Users In PSN Restricted Countries

Like Helldivers 2, you might not be able to play Ghost of Tsushima in PSN-restricted countries.

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  • Steam has been reportedly refunding Ghost of Tsushima for users from PSN-restricted countries.
  • Recently, it was announced that the game will only require a PSN account for multiplayer gameplay.
  • Sony has yet to make an official announcement regarding the development.

In a tweet by SteamDB, it was revealed that Steam is now refunding the users who had purchased Ghost of Tsushima from a PSN-restricted country. The tweet also showed the contents of an email sent to a user by Steam Support, detailing the reason for the complete refund. It was recently revealed that, like Helldivers 2, Ghost of Tsushima will also require a PSN account on PC, but only for accessing multiplayer.

In the case of Helldivers 2, the decision to make a PSN account mandatory to play the game had been recanted by Sony. However, the game is still unavailable to purchase in countries where you can’t create a PSN account. While it was revealed that Ghost of Tsushima will only require a PSN account for multiplayer gameplay, the recent development shows that Sony has other plans, but no official announcement has been made regarding the situation.

 

Ghost Of Tsushima Requiring A PSN Account Is A Tragic News For Fans

Ghost of Tsushima released on PlayStation 4 and 5 in July 2020. | Source: Steam
Ghost of Tsushima released on PlayStation 4 and 5 in July 2020. | Source: Steam

Ghost of Tsushima is a highly anticipated title that was revealed to be finally coming to PC after four years as a PlayStation exclusive. Fans from PSN-restricted countries who had been eagerly waiting for a PC release might not have a way to play the game following the recent development. The title was also nominated for The Game of the Year award in 2020, alongside Hades, The Last of Us Part 2, and Doom Eternal.

Developed by Sucker Punch Productions and published by Sony, Ghost of Tsushima was released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in July, 2020. The Director’s Cut version of the game is set to launch on PC on May 16.

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