Sucker Punch has released another new patch for Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut, tackling a number of smaller issues being faced by players.
It's been claimed that Sucker Punch's open world superhero series inFamous might be in line for a revival, with a reveal coming soon.
The expanded re-release has receive plenty of praise from critics, in particular thanks to the excellent Iki Island expansion.
Collectively across the PS5 and PS5, Ghost of Tsushima was the highest-selling game in a relatively quiet week.
Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales are in second and third after after massive increases in sales.
All kinds of threats await on Iki Island, from the strange to the curious. Here are tips on defeating all of the bosses and winning the new Duels.
The update also brings "general bug fixes and improvements," according to the brief patch notes released for it.
Ghost of Tsushima's newest expansion is a wonderful addition to the game. Here are the 5 biggest ways it expands upon the base game's strengths.
Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut not only improves upon an already great game, it also adds to it with a brilliant and meaty new expansion.
While not instant, thankfully you will not have to go into the PS4 version of the game to transfer your save to the PS5 edition.
Requiring over 57 GB of storage, Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut can now be pre-loaded ahead of its launch next week.
Sucker Punch's open world game was a fine example of a game successfully emphasizing execution over innovation, and it was better for it.
"We didn’t just work on those as a generic hardware upgrade," says Ghost of Tsushima creative and art director Jason Connell.
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Jin will be able to play soothing music on his flute and tame and pet several kinds of animals in these sanctuaries, scattered throughout Iki Island.
The game's PlayStation Store page mentions its file size, which, unsurprisingly, is heftier than the base game that launched last year.
As exciting as it is to be getting an expanded and improved version of the game, Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut's pricing is more than a little disappointing.
It seems an expanded version of Sucker Punch's open world action-adventure game is in the works and might be headed to the PS5 and PS4.
Allegedly called Ghost of Ikishima, it will supposedly be similar in size and scope to Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone also had their "Only on PlayStation" branding removed before they were released on PC.