The vastly embiggened Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, which also marks the debut of last year’s game of the year natively on PS5, is out now.
It’s delivering new locations to discover – including the entire island of Iki – new characters to meet (even mad monks!), fresh tales to complete, and more animals to pet such as cats, deer and monkeys. As well as the new content, it also delivers a raft of tweaks and updates to improve the already superb experience. All content since the game’s original PS4 release is also packed in.
As for PS5 exclusive features, there’s Japanese lip sync, made possible thanks to the PS5’s ability to render cinematics in real time. Haptic feedback and adaptive triggers also come into play for all parts of the game, as well as enhancements to 3D audio and “drastically” improved load times (impressive when it was no slouch on the PS4), plus 4K resolution options and framerates targeting 60 FPS.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is out now on both PS5 and PS4. Our review of the original release is right here.