Ghost of Tsushima was released on July 17, 2020 on PlayStation 4, and Sucker Punch has celebrated the support of fans on social networks with this open world adventure set in the history of Japan, and more specifically with the Mongol invasions of Tsushima. At this time the game received a free multiplayer mode, Legends, and a patch to run at 60fps on PlayStation 5, but the big title revamp will arrive on August 20 with Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut on PS5 and PS4 with an expansion set on Iki Island.

The developer of inFamous and the saga Sly has recapitulated some statistics from Ghost of Tsushima: 333 million duels, more than 68 million haikus, 61 million photographs and more than 55 million petted foxes, among other numbers. However, the main gift for fans is that they are activated again the special appearances of Legends that honor PlayStation characters and titles: God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, Shadow of the Colossus Y Bloodborne. To get these armor you need to overcome any mission in story or survival mode with each class; They originally premiered in December but were dropped a month later. “Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for an amazing year,” says Sucker Punch.

Ghost of Tsushima Follow in the footsteps of Jin Sakai, a samurai who survives the massacre of the Mongols. Little by little he must change his education with values โ€‹โ€‹in honor to seek strategies with explosives and poisons that allow him to terrorize the enemy army.

The Untold Story on Iki Island

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut adds more enhancements on PS5, such as hepatic pad response, 3D audio, improved loading times, and a revamped lip sync for Japanese voices. The new island will offer more land to explore, new animals and also new types of enemies. It is expected that in the coming days or weeks the story or playable news that we find will be more detailed.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut It will have a price in Spain of 79.99 euros on PS5 and 69.99 euros on PS4. Those who already have the original game on the last generation console can reserve this new extended version by paying 19.99 euros more for the PS4 version and 29.99 euros for the PS5 version. Who buy the Director’s Cut in their last generation version they can pay 9.99 euros to upgrade to next-gen when they have PS5.

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