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Nightmare of Tsushima only Legends requires linking a PSN account for multiplayer mode, the single player campaign is exempt from this requirement, the game developer went out of their way say in a recent post. Steam, Green Man Gaming, and the Epic Games Store each had disclaimers stating the same thing. In theory, this means you can still play if you don’t care about multiplayer modes – but in practice, platforms are now canceling the game.

You get a refund for a pre-purchased game – Ghost of Tsushima. The publisher of this game now requires a secondary account to play parts of this game – and this account cannot be created from your country.

An example with Green Man Gaming:

As frustrating as it is, the situation Tsushima feels cut-and-dry compared to Helldivers 2. Earlier this month, Sony announced that it would be shutting down the mandatory PSN account Helldivers 2, has been available in non-PSN countries for almost three months now. Steam quickly limited where the game could be sold to only countries where PSN was available. The players were not happy.

After a review-bombing campaign that dropped the game’s Steam rating from “very positive” to “very negative” within days, Sony reversed the change. But despite this, Steam did not remove the sales restrictions.

Then yesterday, three more countries – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania – was added To the list of countries where the sale of Steam is restricted. Arrowhead CEO Johan Pilestedt said on Discord that he wasn’t informed about the newly added regions, he only learned about them through the game’s Discord community.

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He then went on to say that it came down to Valve seeing an administrative error and that the countries should have been there from the beginning.

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Pilestedt said he was trying to buy both PlayStation and Valve to remove sales restrictions. Considering the situation, it seems plausible that this decision was made by Sony Nightmare of Tsushima on multiple play store platforms. However, neither Sony nor Valve responded The Verge‘s request for comment on the situation, it is impossible to say for sure if this is true or if the stores are arbitrarily delisting Sony’s games.