In August, we arrived to explore Ikeshima.
ESRB gossip About it already on Tuesday, but now it is officially: Ghost of Tsushima He will get Director’s Cut for Playstation 4 and Playstation 5 on August 20. In addition to all sorts of improvements, it basically includes a new chapter of Jin’s story, set on the new island of Iki, or Ikishima.
Contrary to what was said before rumor Not a standalone expansion, but as I said it’s part of this remake. If you already own the game, it will cost you $19.99 to upgrade to the Playstation 4 version of Director’s Cut and $29.99 to upgrade to the Playstation 5 version.
In addition to the new island and its new content, this version also comes with a few other goodies. For example, the Playstation 5 version gets support for Dualsense notes for touch control and adaptive triggers. With the device’s ability to play intermediate sequences in real time, we’ll also get proper lip syncing of Japanese sounds, but only on PS5. There is also higher image refresh as well as resolution and faster load times for this next generation version.
A patch is also on the way for everyone who owns the game, Director’s Cut or not, which will add, among other things, more control layouts and lock functionality in battles. Legends will get some news too, including a brand new game mode, but developer Sucker Punch doesn’t want to talk about that.