Ghost of Tsushima Supports 60 FPS on PS5, Save Transfer Confirmed

The open world title will be backwards compatible for PS5 on day one.

Posted By | On 09th, Oct. 2020

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Sony provided some long-awaited details on PS4 backwards compatibility on the PS5, noting that some titles would benefit from a boost in performance. Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima will be one of those games. As confirmed on Twitter, it will be backwards compatible on day one and allow for transferring saves from PS4 to PS5.

As for the benefits it reaps from Game Boost, players can look forward to frame rates at “up to 60 FPS.” Sucker Punch also said that while loading speeds are already great on the PS5, “just wait until you see them on the PS5!” It’s worth noting that the resolution for 60 FPS gameplay hasn’t been confirmed but it wouldn’t be surprising if it was 1080p or 1440p.

The news comes at a very good time since Ghost of Tsushima will be receiving update 1.1 this month, which adds four player co-op via Ghost of Tsushima: Legends and New Game Plus. Can we expect cross-gen multiplayer in Legends? Time will tell so stay tuned for more details, especially regarding other PS4 titles that could use Game Boost on PS5.


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