Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut Release Date Confirmed

Recently, some internet sleuths uncovered that a director’s cut of Ghost of Tsushima got a rating. Well, the expanded version of the game has now been confirmed, and has an official release date. Not only that, but the developers have also revealed all the extra content that the Director’s Cut will include, as well as what kind of improvements and additional options you can expect from the PlayStation 5 version of Ghost of Tsushima.

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Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Release Date Confirmed

Director’s Cut of Ghost of Tsushima Gets Release Date

Yes, the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut release date has been officially confirmed – it’s coming out on Friday, August 20th. It comes with several extra things, such as the Legends Mode, the Hero of Tshushima skin set and other bits and bobs. Oh, and a whole new island for you to explore, including new enemies, stories, and much more. Then, there’s the PS5 version of the game, which comes with a bunch of upgrades that make full use of the extra juice the new console has. If you want to learn more about the whole matter, you can check out the trailer below, or take a gander at the official announcement in PlayStation.Blog.

Now, when it comes to pricing, things get a little weird. According to the blog post, the PS5 version of the Director’s Cut will cost $70, while the PS4 version will be going for $60. So, keep that price hike in mind. Moreover, you can preorder the Director’s Cut upgrade on PS4 already, but it will cost you an extra $20. When it comes to upgrading from PS4 to PS5, if you buy the Director’s Cut on PS4, you can upgrade it to PS5 for $10 extra. Alternatively, you can upgrade from the base version of Tsushima on PS4 to the Director’s Cut on PS5 for $30. It’s… it’s a bit of a mess. No matter how you approach it, you’ll be paying extra if you already have a copy of Ghost of Tsushima.

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