News | Ghost of Tsushima Update Adds Outfit Based On Horizon

A free update to Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut has added a main character outfit inspired by Aloy from the Horizon games.

Update 2.15 is now available. The new outfit for Jun Sakai is very similar to Aloy’s outfit.
Players must travel to the north of Iki Island, where they can solve a puzzle near the repaired Wind Shrine to unlock the outfit.

The new update also brings several improvements, especially in Legends mode. For example, there is now a Platinum difficulty setting for Survival that will give players more challenges and unlock more powerful gear.

News | Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut Launch Trailer

Sony has released a launch trailer for Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut, due out Friday.

In addition to an all-new island in the form of Iki Island, the Director’s Cut features all of the content from the original PlayStation 4 game, as well as all of the content released since then. In addition to the new story and characters, the island features new environments to explore, new protective gear for Jin and his horse to unlock, and new enemies and mini-games to find.

On PlayStation 5, the game is also improved in several areas. For example, the lips of characters now move with the recorded Japanese voices, the haptic feedback of the DualSense controller is fully utilized, there is 3D audio, a 4k resolution, frame rates that aim for 60 fps and improved loading times.

The Director’s Cut will be available separately on PS4 ($59.99) and PS5 ($69.99), but people who already own the PlayStation 4 version of Ghost of Tsushima can upgrade to the Director’s Cut for $20 on PS4, and for $30 on PS5. In addition, all saved progression can be transferred to the Director’s Cut, even when switching from PS4 to PS5.