We open the debate among 3DJuegos readers to talk about one of the controversial news of the week.
The presentation of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut has been one of the most talked about announcements of the week. News that has made many happy, but has also generated controversy. Reason why in 3DGames We want to open the debate among our readers: what do you think of the paid upgrade from PS4 to PlayStation 5? Does it seem like an acceptable measure or a bad precedent?
It is important to remember that if you already have Ghost of Tsushima in your possession on PS4, you can enjoy this open world adventure on PlayStation 5 thanks to backward compatibility, enjoying 1080p and 60FPS graphics. What does this version of the director add for the new generation of Sony? Dynamic 4K and 60 frames per second, as well as exclusive enhancements such as compatibility with the DualSense and its haptic triggers, 3D sound, and lip sync for Japanese voices.
With more than 300 comments, the original story generated an intense debate among readers about those about 10 euros that PlayStation 4 players should pay to update their Director’s Cut to the PS5 version, which would be almost 30 if the 19.99 euros of the Iki Island expansion are also included. Does it seem like a wise decision? Do you see fair to pay for an update of these characteristics?
In addition to the usual survey in our Readers Opinion section, we invite you to share your opinion in the comments. You can also take a look at our video opinion about Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut in which we speak precisely of this controversial decision.
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