Just yesterday, the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut was announced on PS4 and PS5, and now Sony has already revealed pre-order rewards for the PlayStation-exclusive open world game, which will be released on August 20.
What does Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Special Edition contain?
Anyone who orders the title of protagonist Jin Sakai, who resists the invasion of the Mongols, receives a digital art book, a “mini” version of the soundtrack, commentary from the creative team of Sucker Punch developers as well as the “Hero of Tsushima” skin set and concept images for Iki Island, the new site for Episode The new additional story featured in Dircetor’s Cut.
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Additionally, pre-order applicants also receive in-game rewards in the form of Hachiman’s favorite enchantment and an additional tech point. However, nothing was mentioned about the new content of the multiplayer segment called Legends. It’s just certain that a whole new mode will be added. Sucker Punch and Sony would like to comment in detail on this in the coming weeks.
Is there a free PS5 upgrade from Ghost of Tsushima?
But now we already know that there are also free updates for owners of the regular version of Ghost of Tsushima (Buy now €69.99 ) Who don’t want to upgrade to the director’s version. For example, the portrait mode has been expanded to include some features, the quiver of arrows on Jane’s back can now be hidden if desired, and two convenient functions have been added for playback. With the update, the controls can be set freely and in the battles there is a lock function for you to target individual enemies.
All in all, it looks like Sony and Sucker Punch are putting together a big package for the success of the samurai movement. Last year, we were really pleased with the title in the Ghost of Tsushima test and especially praised the fun and stimulating combat system.
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