Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut will be released on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on August 20. Director’s Cut comes with the original game along with all the DLCs that developer Sucker Punch has released to date. PS5 players will also get additional content including support for DualSense adaptive triggers and 4K / 60fps compatibility. The regular edition of Ghost of Tsushima was released in July 2020 and by November had become one of the best-selling original games on the PlayStation.
Sucker Punch did announcement for Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut on the PlayStation Blog. The Director’s Cut edition will be available for $ 69.99 (roughly Rs 5,200) on PS5 and $ 59.99 (roughly Rs 4,500) on PS4.
However, if players already have the regular PS4 version of the game, they can upgrade to Director’s Cut on PS4 for $ 19.99 (roughly Rs 1,500) starting August 20th. Players looking to upgrade to Director’s Cut on PS5 can do so. for $ 29.99 (roughly Rs 2,200). Additionally, players who own the Director’s Cut on PS4 can upgrade to the PS5 version at any time for $ 9.99 (roughly Rs 750).
The director’s cut of Ghost of Tsushima will also receive the Iki Island Expansion Pack. The Iki Island Expansion Pack includes a new story, new characters, a new exploration environment, new armor for Jin and his horse, new minigames, new techniques, new types of enemies, and other additions. Sucker Punch also added new animals that Jin can pet.
The PS5 version of Director’s Cut has several new exclusive features. The game will now offer Japanese lip syncing, a feature that many players have requested. The game also takes advantage of DualSense controller haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. In addition, there are also 3D audio enhancements, improved load times, 4K resolution options, and 60fps targets.
The developers mentioned that players who own Ghost of Tsushima on PS4 will be able to transfer their saved games to their PS5 consoles. The new Iki Island content will be available to existing players if they have reached the Toyotama region starting in Act 2.
In addition to Director’s Cut, owners of Ghost of Tsushima will be able to download a patch containing some updates for the game. The patch will contain some new accessibility options for alternate controller layouts, the ability to enable target lock during combat, and the ability to hide the quiver during gameplay. Ghost of Tsushima: Legends players will also get an all-new mode that the developers will announce in the coming weeks.
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