Ghost of Tsushima was one of the big surprises of the PS4 during the year 2020. The game will return in a Director’s Cut version. Improved graphics, new adventure, it will offer lots of new things. A version specially dedicated to the PS5 taking advantage of the power of the new console is also on the program.
Ghost of Tsushima was the great surprise of the year 2020 on PS4. If it is very classic in its approach to the open world, the title of Sucker Punch has seduced by its simplicity but also by its atmosphere and its artistic direction. A new Director’s Cut version has been announced and will bring a lot of new features.
First of all, the game will be fully available on PS5 in addition to being released on PS4. Note that currently, the title is already well optimized for the new console. But in this version, it will offer better graphics in 4K 60 frames per second as well as completely absent loading times. In addition to that, the PS5 version will have the right to automatic lip sync if you put it in Japanese, 3D audio as well as compatibility with the haptic feedback of the Dual Sense controller.
GHOST OF TSUSHIMA DIRECTOR’S CUT WILL INCLUDE A NEW ADVENTURE
This Director’s Cut will include the base game, of course, but also the multiplayer-focused Legends expansion. But the chef’s surprise is the new expansion simply named Isle of Iki . This new environment will tell us a story apart and it will not be necessary to complete the game to access it, since it will be possible to get there from Act 2 of the main adventure. It will obviously be possible to transfer your save from the base game to this version, both on PS4 and on PS5.
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut will be available from August 20 at a price of 70 euros on PS4 and 80 euros on PS5. If you pre-order it now on PSN, the base game can be launched on your console today. For those who already have it, it’s a bit more complicated. The upgrade to the Director’s Cut PS4 will cost 20 euros. If you want the PS5 version, you will have to pay 30 euros . Finally, if you buy the Director’s Cut on PS4 for 20 euros and you upgrade to the PS5 later, you will have to pay 10 euros to take advantage of this improved version.