Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Announced for PS4 and PS5 with August Release Alongside a Bunch of Paid Upgrade Options

The official PlayStation Youtube channel uploaded a trailer for a new, upcoming game, Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut. Acting as an enhanced re-release of the original game, the PlayStation 5 release boasts a considerable amount of enhancements and additions, intending to make this a worthwhile experience for fans of the prior iteration of the title as well as newcomers.

The PlayStation 5 release boasts 4k resolution targeting 60 fps, DualSense haptic feedback, DualSense adaptive trigger support, faster load times, Japanese dub lip-syncing, Legend co-op mode multiplayer, and even new content titled the Iki Island Expansion, which will be available at the start of Act 2. This expansion contains brand new story content, new enemies to face, and other unspecified content.

The PlayStation 4 release includes the Legends gameplay mode as well as the Iki Island Expansion.

PlayStation Blog states that there will be new trophies exclusive to the Iki Island Expansion content as well. Additionally, progress from the PlayStation 4 version can be carried over to the Director’s Cut version on PS4 for $19.99. Transferring from Director’s Cut PS4 to PS5 costs $9.99, and upgrading from Director’s Cut PS4 to Director’s Cut PS5 costs $29.99.

A patch will be put out during the game’s release, containing a slew of improvements such as accessibility options for controller layouts.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is releasing for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on August 20, 2021. The collector’s edition can be viewed on PlayStation Blog alongside bonuses for purchasing the game from currently unspecified retailers.

You can view the announcement trailer for Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut below:


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