The PC version of Ghost of Tsushima has been removed from sale on Steam in a number of countries

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At the end of last week, we informed you about the move of the Green Man Gaming digital store, which decided to withdraw from sale in certain countries the upcoming PC version of the Ghost of Tsushima event. Players who pre-ordered this game in the past have been refunded. This is due to the requirement to create a PSN account to play Legends co-op mode.

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The problem is that this condition cannot formally be fulfilled by players from countries where the PlayStation Network service is not available. Specifically this is almost 200 countries, a list of which can be found below. In addition to a number of African and Asian states, the list also includes European countries such as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia, Latvia, North Macedonia or Monaco.

Soon after the announcement of the specified seller additionally It revealedout of stock this will cover all of Steam. Thus, the situation that has occurred in the last few days with Helldivers 2 is repeated. Although in this case Sony has finally backed down from its request, the second Helldivers cannot be purchased in the affected countries in the standard way. Let’s see how the Japanese publishing house reacts to the whole situation this time.

However, the reaction from Valve, which operates Steam, is identical for both games. In short, games that require a PlayStation account will not be sold in affected regions where PSN is not available. If the situation is not resolved by the time of release, then you can also follow the example of Helldivers 2. expect an influx of negative feedback from players. Ghost of Tsushima will be released on May 16th in the Director’s Cut version on PC.

Source :Indian TV

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