Ghost of Tsushima may have been overshadowed in some ways by The Last of Us Part 2, but it was one of 2020's finest releases.
Offering open-world exploration, Samurai combat, and satisfying stealth, it even runs at a full 60 frames-per-second on PS5.
Now, it seems developer Sucker Punch is looking to staff up for a sequel.
Ghost of Tsushima 2 Hinted At By Sucker Punch Job Openings
Following job adverts in late 2020 that suggested the team were looking for writers familiar with ancient Japanese culture, it appears the Sony-owned studio is looking to add a new combat designer to its ranks.
Interestingly, the job ad (found here) notes that an applicant "Must have played Ghost of Tsushima and understand its core combat systems", suggesting that the studio's next title is likely to be a sequel or follow-up.
Whether it'll follow Jin Sakai again is anyone's guess, but Sucker Punch has already found room to experiment with the franchise.
Despite the game launching in July, Sucker Punch added what is essentially an entirely new game in an October update.
Ghost of Tsushima: Legends is a four-player co-op title which sees players team up with friends as legendary warriors.
Players can take on missions as a team, while the Raid is the ultimate test of Samurai skill.
You can find everything we know about the mode here.