The Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut has been confirmed for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
Set to launch on August twentieth, Director’s lower will comprise the unique recreation, any further content material launched by the publishers, PS5-specific enhanced options, in addition to a brand new Iki island growth.
The new Iki island provides a brand new chapter to the narrative of samurai hero Jin Sakai, who ventures to Iki to search for Mongol presence. Upon investigating the island, Jin “finds himself caught up in events with deeply personal stakes that will force him to relive some traumatic moments from his past,” reads PlayStation’s announcement weblog.
Though not a lot in regards to the growth was revealed, the weblog did state that aside from an entire new storyline and new characters, the brand new island additionally has a plethora of latest content material, similar to contemporary new areas to discover, new armour for Jin and his horse, new mini-games, new strategies to grasp, new opponents, and way more.
New options for PlayStation 5
PlayStation 5 homeowners will be capable to take pleasure in new options, together with cutscenes in Ghost of Tsushima and Iki Island, which can now provide lip sync for Japanese voice-over.
The growth additionally brings with it assist for the DualSense’s haptic suggestions and triggers, in addition to enhanced 3D audio, quicker loading instances, 4K decision setting, and framerates aiming 60 frames per second.
If you already personal Ghost of Tsushima on a PlayStation 4, you possibly can pre-order the director’s lower improve for $19.99 (about $25 CAD).
Players who’ve the Director’s Cut on PS4 might improve to the PS5 model for $9.99 ($12 CAD)
Anyone who has the unique PlayStation 4 model of Ghost of Tsushima and desires to improve to the Director’s Cut on the PS5 must spend $29.99 ($37 CAD)
The Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut will value $70 ($87 CAD) on PS5 and $60 ($74 CAD) on PS4 for anybody buying it for the primary time.
You can learn extra in regards to the growth on PlayStation’s Blog.