Ghost Of Tsushima is Getting a Directors Cut With New Content

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Jordan Smith

Publish Date:

1 Jul 2021

Today Sucker Punch Productions has announced Ghost of Tsushima: Directors Cut, including a series of enhancements for the Next Generation and additional content, releasing on August 20th2021. The Directors Cut of Ghost of Tsushima will launch on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. The most exciting feature of the new Directors cut is that of the first expansion, Iki Island, which will take Jin to an all-new location, where he will face new challenges and enemies, all whilst fighting his most personal battle yet with the ghosts from his past. This new expansion will also bring new armour options for Jin and his horse.

When it comes to next-gen, the new Directors Cut will include many exclusive new features, including Japanese lip-syncing, which is only possible thanks to the PlayStation 5’s ability to render cinematics in real-time. Other Features included with the PlayStation 5 version will be Haptic Feedback and Adaptive trigger support, 3D audio, vastly improved loading times and frame rate improvements up to 60fps when in performance mode.

The base version of Ghost of Tsushima will also be getting a new update, including new content for the Legends Multiplayer, which will have its own reveal very soon. There will also be more photo mode options, more accessibility options, and the ability to hide your quiver during gameplay.

Ghost of Tsushima: Directors Cut will release on August 20thfor $69.99 on PlayStation 5 and $59.99 on PlayStation 4. When it comes to upgrading to both the directors cut and next-gen, the pricing varies. Starting at $9.99, you will be able to upgrade a PS$ version of the directors cut to the PS5 version. For $19,99, you will be able to upgrade from the PS4 version of Ghost of Tsushima to the PS4 Directors Cut. Finally, for $24.99, you will be able to upgrade your copy of Ghost of Tsushima (PS4 to the PlayStation 5 Directors cut.

Be sure to stick with us at 3Bit as we continue to bring more updates surrounding this exciting new version of Ghost of Tsushima, including all the latest reveals for Iki Island and the upcoming legends update.

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