• Players have unearthed an neat little Easter egg in Sucker Punch’s recently-released Ghost of Tsushima.
  • It references Sony’s stacked roster of PS4 exclusives as ornate origami sculptures.
  • Featured games and developers include God of War, Naughty Dog, Shadow of the Colossus, Horizon Zero Dawn, and more.

An eagle-eyed player spotted an intriguing Easter egg during their play-through of Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima that references Sony’s stacked roster of exclusives.

After beating Ghost of Tsushima, players will come across a small dilapidated shack housing a low wooden table adorned with various origami sculptures.

These meticulously folded paper models take on the shape of iconic characters, creatures, items, and weapons from PlayStation 4 exclusives and their associated studios, including first-party Sony developers.

Japan Studio’s Shadow of the Colossus. | Source: Twitter

Bend Studio’s Days Gone. | Source: Twitter

Guerilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn. | Source: Twitter

Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II. | Source: Twitter

God of War, The Last of Us Part II, Shadow of the Colossus, Gran Turismo, Ratchet and Clank, Days Gone, Horizon Zero Dawn, Death Stranding, Dreams, MLB The Show, Concrete Genie, and PlayStation London Studio – the whole family is there. There is one notable absentee, though: Bloodborne.

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Insomniac Games’ Ratchet & Clank. | Source: Twitter

Kojima Productions’ Death Stranding. | Source: Twitter

Santa Monica Studio’s God of War. | Source: Twitter

Media Molecule’s Dreams. | Source: Twitter

As fitting farewells to one the most impressive line-ups of exclusives to ever grace a console generation, this Ghost of Tsushima Easter egg certainly strikes a chord.

Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo. | Source: Twitter

San Diego Studio’s MLB: The Show. | Source: Twitter

London Studio’s logo. | Source: Twitter

Pixelopus’ Concrete Genie. | Source: Twitter

Ghost of Tsushima is the final first-party exclusive to land on PlayStation 4 before Sony turns its attention to pumping out games for the PS5.

There’s something poetic about the last book-ending exclusive referencing all those that came before in such a tasteful, setting-appropriate manner. Sony has genuinely spoiled PlayStation 4 owners this generation, and Ghost of Tsushima is no exception.

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