New Trailer for Ghost of Tsushima The Director’s Cut plunges you into the depths of the dangers of Iki Island, a new play area for samurai fans. This expansion is exclusive to Director’s Cut, giving newcomers even more reasons to get involved, as well as those who may have already completed Gene’s journey.
“If you are a history buff, you may know that not only Tsushima but also the neighboring island of Iki invaded during this period,” Sucker Punch told Sucker Punch when the Director’s Cut was first shown. “We’re delighted to announce that a new chapter in Jin’s journey is coming and will take place on Iki. In this new story, Jin travels to the island to investigate rumors of a Mongol presence. But he soon discovers that he has been caught up. in events with deeply personal stakes that will cause him to relive some traumatic moments from his past. “
Watch the latest video below to find out what awaits on the island of Iki:
Iki Island is the next step in Jin’s journey, where he discovers that a mysterious Mongol tribe has begun to make its way to the island. Jin learns about a shaman named Ankhsar Khatun, whom we witness in the video above, and about her followers, who are called “eagles.” The shaman claims to dominate even the souls of people, and not just the peoples they rule, which is by far Jin’s greatest test. To confront this new threat, Jin must travel to Iki Island, though past injuries ensure that this adventure is far from smooth.
The new expansion includes new armor for Gene, new horse armor, minigames, combat moves, enemies, environments, and even new map options. For trophy hunters, the Director’s Cut will also include new trophies earned.
For those who have already completed the Ghost of Tsushima adventure on PlayStation 4, Sucker Punch promises that transferring saves from PS4 to PS5 is doable, so it will be easy to dive right into some of the new features. … Improvements include Dual Sense haptic feedback and 3D audio, as well as a target frame rate of 60 FPS.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is now available for pre-order with a full release slated for August 20, 2021.
Are you excited about what Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut has to offer? What aspect of Ica Island attracts your attention the most? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!