The director’s Ghost of Tsushima cut will not be presented at the State of Play. The Japanese just revealed the production of it It will debut on August 20 and will be available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. Players can count on a lot of new content.
Andrew Goldfarb, Director of Communications at Sucker Punch Productions, confirmed that developers have spent the past year preparing new content:
“We’ve thought a lot about how to expand Jin’s story, and have spent the past year analyzing all of your feedback on how to improve the Ghost of Tsushima experience. We’ve been working hard on a brand new version of the game that not only includes a new chapter in Jin’s journey, but also some new updates that represent A direct response to some of the community’s most anticipated features.”
The Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut not only includes a stand, but also “a whole new adventure for Jin and a few new features.” The developers confirmed it The main character of the series will hit a brand new character Iki Island, where we can count on an entirely new story:
“If you have an interest in history, you might know that along with Tsushima, the neighboring island of Iki was conquered during the same time period. Today we are happy to announce that A whole new chapter is coming in Jin’s journey, and it will take place in Iki. In this new story, Jin travels to an island to investigate rumors of the existence of the Mongols. However, he soon becomes embroiled in very personal events that will force him to relive the painful moments from the past. ”
The authors promise “a lot of new content”:
“We’ll have more to say about Iki’s story soon, but we can already confirm today that in addition to a completely new story and new characters, this new island also contains a lot of new content, including completely new environments to explore, new armor for Jin and his horse, and new gameplay New mini, new technologies, new types of enemies and much more. There are even new animals to pet!”
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut will also offer “exclusive features only available on PlayStation 5” – players can count on:
- Japanese lip sync
- DualSense support
- 3D Audio Enhancement
- Reduce download times
- Option to play in 4K at 60fps (eventually)
- The ability to transfer the game from PS4
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is priced at $69.99 (PlayStation 5 version) or $59.99 (PlayStation 4 version). Players can also count on an update that includes an improved portrait mode, new controller reset options, and the option to enable target lock during combat. There will also be an option to hide the quiver in the game.
In the gallery you will find some new screenshots from the PS5 version. Unfortunately, The game will not receive a free update from PS4 to PS5.
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