Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut has been officially presented, for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles and with the release date. This new version adds a new island, new content and specific improvements to the new Sony home console.
Just a few days ago we talked to you about how the rating could anticipate a new version, then confirmed today by Sony. This Director’s Cut adds many new features, which will be available for both consoles.
Let’s start immediately from the new setting, Iki Island, which adds not only a new scenario but also new enemies to face. The protagonist Jin will find himself on this island to investigate, after hearing rumors of the Mongol presence.
For anyone who might be afraid of losing their bailouts, Sucker Punch officially announces the transfer of progress to the next generation console, so as to start again where you left off. For anyone who starts the game as a new game, Iki Island will be available after Act 2, after unlocking the Toyotama region.
Now let’s move on to the PS5-exclusive changes. We start immediately from new 3D audio, native 4k resolution with 60 fps, passing through support for haptic feedback for the controller, along with the long-awaited lip sync with the Japanese language.
It will be possible to purchase the upgrade from PS4 to PS5 starting next August 20, the official release date of the game. It is already possible to order the upgrade, at a cost of $ 19.99, for the Director’s Cut version on PS4.
In case you already have the version on PS4, it will be possible to purchase the upgrade to PS5 for $ 9.99 or purchase the base game Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut for PS5 directly from PS4 for $ 29.99.
Further details regarding the purchase and upgrade methods will be officially provided by Sony in the next period, in anticipation of the launch of the title. We also remind you that it is currently the film version of the work, with the same director of John Wick.