Prepare your hard drives, since Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut arrive for PS4 and PS5 on August 20 loaded with a generous amount of unpublished content. According to reports from Gaming Bolt, the video game developed by Sucker Punch requires 60 GB of free storage on the PS5 hard drive in order to be installed. As expected, the size is slightly larger than the original game due to the addition of enhancements for Sony’s next generation console and the new narrative arc of Iki Island.
60 GB the Director’s Cut, 35 GB the base game
The information about the file size of the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut comes from the PlayStation Sotre itself. The base game that was released last year weighed 50 GB, so this new edition increases the size by 10 GB. Curiously, the installation size of the base game has been reduced to 35 GB, a fact that could indicate that the Director’s Cut it may take up less space than mentioned above. It should be remembered that the size of the updates from day one or those that the title will receive a posteriori not included in the initial installation size.
The new extended version of Ghost of Tsushima generated some controversy in its ad for its price and upgrade options between different versions, although this did not prevent it from being positioned as Amazon’s best-selling game for PS5 at the beginning of the month. Recently, the video game has received a new update with appearances of PlayStation characters for the multiplayer mode Legends on the occasion of their anniversary. The extended editions by way of Director’s Cut have become fashionable thanks to Death Stranding Director’s Cut Y Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, so we wonder what could be the next video game to receive a new similar edition.