The developers of Ghost of Tsushima become ambassadors on the island

The Ghost of Tsushima game director, Nate Fox and the creative director, Jason Connell, will be honored as permanent tourist disambladers of the true life of Tsushima Island in Japan.

According to a VGC report, the senior developers of the game will receive the price and a letter of appreciation at a digital ceremony.

“[Fox and Connell] Spread Tsushima’s name and story around the world in such a wonderful way,” said Tsushima mayor, Hiroki Hitakatsu. “Even many Japanese do not know the story of the gen-ko period. With regard to the world, the name and location of Tsushima are literally unknown, so I can not thank them enough to have told our story with phenomenal graphics and deep stories.

According to HantaKatsu, the Tourism Ambassador is the responsive as long as they wish. The idea of ​​presenting this honor is not new because it considers it “since I discovered that they used the name of Tsushima as the name of their work”

Connell expressed its gratitude for the price on its Twitter page earlier in the day:

The city will also collaborate with Sony Interactive Entertainment to create a new tourist campaign based on the game. The new campaign will be used to encourage the fans of the game not only to visit the island, but to learn more about its rich history and monuments.

Ghost Of Tsushima Fans Help Raise Over $250,000 To Repair Ravaged Real Life Tsushima Shrine

This is not the first time we will see the game Having a positive effect on the local Tsushima community, because the fans of the game previously helped finance the restoration of a damaged Torii door on the island by making donations an organized fundraising campaign. by Yuichi Hariyama, a priest of the sanctuary WATATSUMI.

It turns out that a sequence or spin-off of Ghost of Tsushima can also be in preparation, or at least if this job offer is an indication.