Last year’s Ghost Of Tsushima was a big hit for Sony and Sucker Punch, both financially and critically. Since the game launched, it’s gotten a fair share of support, including a full multiplayer-themed mode in Legends. A new version of the game is set to release soon, dubbed Director’s Cut, that will see a new expansion as well as updated technical features for the PS5 version. If you’re wondering, or maybe even dreading, what the save transfer process will be like, you don’t have to, as we now know it won’t be too bad.
On the official Twitter, it was confirmed that for transferring your PS4 save from the vanilla game to the PS5 Director’s Cut will simply require you to go into the game itself and selecting the option. All you’ll need is for a PS4 save to be on your PS5’s storage. It unfortunately is not an instant solution, but you will not have to go into a PS4 version of the game as some titles have required you to do, such as Final Fantasy 7 Remake earlier this year.
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is set to release for both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation on August 20th.
When you transfer your PS4 save to #GhostOfTsushima Director’s Cut on PS5, you’ll be able to re-earn Trophies you previously unlocked on PS4! 🏆
After transferring your save, when you load into your game the PS5 trophies should begin to appear. pic.twitter.com/WGXjG81Gyq
— Ghost of Tsushima 🎮 Director's Cut Out Now! (@SuckerPunchProd) August 18, 2021