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.

News | Free Expansion for Legends Mode Ghost of Tsushima Revealed

An expansion for Ghost of Tsushima's Legends mode is coming out.

It’s about Rivals. While in the¬† also free to download¬† Legends mode players work together in cooperative missions, in Rivals you have to compete against each other by defeating as many enemies as possible. With each defeated enemy, Magatama is unlocked, which can get in the way of the other team. The expansion will be available on September 3.

Incidentally, a standalone version of Legends will also be released on September 3. This will cost 20 euros and is for people who only want to play the cooperative mode.

As previously announced, Ghost of Tsushima’s Director’s Cut will be released on August 20 for PS4 and PS5. This also includes the Legends mode and all associated content. From then on, the developer also has to make various adjustments to the mode, based on feedback from players. For example, the Survival mode will be shortened and weekly challenges will become available. From September 10 to October 1, Sucker Punch should add new content to the mode every week.

News | Sucker Punch is working on a standalone Ghost of Ikishima expansion

Ghost of Tsushima developer Sucker Punch Productions may be working on a standalone expansion for the game.

That reports Xbox Era journalist Nick Baker. Baker recently correctly predicted unannounced games, including the sequel to Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle.

The game would be called ‘Ghost of Ikishima’ and should be released this year. In response to a tweet, Baker reveals that the game’s concept is similar to Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Spider-Man: Miles Morales, presumably making it smaller in size. Platforms are still unknown.

Ikishima, in Dutch Ika, is a smaller island southeast of Tsushima. In 1274, the same year Ghost of Tsushima takes place, Iki was also conquered by the Mongols.

The game has not been officially announced yet.