Ghost of Tsushima is one of the best open-world games on Steam that’s been praised for its stellar gameplay and graphics. However, if you’ve already played through the game or want something similar in a different genre, there’s no shortage of similar games on Steam that you can start playing right now. The fact that it is a PlayStation exclusive has also kept a lot of players from trying it out.
In this article, we’re talking about the top seven games like Ghost of Tsushima on Steam.
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While the game isn’t the most aesthetically pleasing, especially compared to some other entries on this list, it’s the first part in the Onimusha trilogy and served as a direct inspiration for Ghost of Tsushima. Both the games follow a samurai’s story through historic Japanese time periods. Onimusha is overall a more direct and puzzle-driven game, but it’s quite the experience and will introduce you to the Onimusha trilogy.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
If playing the character of a Samurai is what you liked about Ghost of Tsushima, Sekiro is definitely going to scratch that itch. The game plays completely differently and once the world opens up after you’ve defeated the first few enemies, the game is just as large, expansive and beautiful as Ghost of Tsushima
Red Dead Redemption 2
If you want to explore the Wild West instead, Red Dead Redemption 2 is the most detailed cowboy video game you’ll find anywhere. From taking care of your horse to maintaining your own health, the game has so much to do apart from the main storyline which in itself is quite big and throws you in the desert plains with your horse. The game can sometimes be overwhelming, but the attention to detail and excellent mechanics will keep you engaged.
Assassins Creed series
The Assassin’s Creed series is one of the most popular video game franchises on the planet. Starting off in 2007 with the original Assassin’s Creed, the series has delivered exceptional games including the Ezio trilogy, Origins, Valhalla and the upcoming Mirage.
If you want to run around in an open world while doing Parkour and slash your enemies, all while playing through a somewhat accurate historical storyline, this is the game for you.
Batman: Arkham Knight
Batman: Arkham Knight brings the award-winning Arkham trilogy to its conclusion. Safe to say, if you’re a DC fan, let alone a Batman fan, the game will let you live out your dream to become Batman in an extremely detailed world, with the Rocksteady studio’s own unique take on the Batmobile.
Yet another game based in Japan, Yakuza 0 brings you into action with modern-day Yakuza with loads of missions and sidequests to do as you go around acquiring guns, weapons and everything else under the Japanese sky.
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered
The game throws you into the shoes of Peter Parker, eight years after he’s discovered his unique abilities and become Spider-Man. This means that not only do you get to start the game as a total badass, but you also go around fighting iconic enemies from the Spider-Man franchise while unleashing the full potential of the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man.
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