Ghost of Tsushima News: IT SEEMS THAT THE ISLAND AND IMPROVEMENTS IN THE MECHANICS INCREASE THE PRICE OF THE GAME
The release of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut sounded like a game of the year edition of sorts; all the DLC that has come out to date, a new island to explore and more.
Now, Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is not a PS4 game, it is also a PS5 game and meets the theme of a price for the past PlayStation console and another for the one that was released in November 2020.
But what about those who have the base game of Ghost of Tsushima? Well, for the not inconsiderable amount of $ 19.99 you can buy the Director’s Cut upgrade on PS4. This, on paper, is a price standard in expansions and shouldn’t surprise anyone.
What if you bought Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut on PS4 and in the near future want to upgrade to its PS5 version? According to the information available, that update is going to cost you $ 9.99. This is somewhat similar to what happened with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War from PS4 to PS5.
If you have the base game and want to jump to the PS5 Director’s Cut directly, how much will it cost you? That upgrade is going to cost you a not inconsiderable amount of $ 29.99.
WHAT COMES IN GHOST OF TSUSHIMA: DIRECTOR’S CUT?
If you buy Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut or upgrade your base game, you will get the Iki Island expansion, which is a new place to explore. You can also play Legends Mode which is an online cooperative.
You also have access to an interview from the creative team with a renowned Japanese historian to discuss the established world in this Sucker Punch game, as well as comparison with actual events.
If that wasn’t enough, there are new skins for Jin Sakai with a golden mask, a sword kit, and a new mount for your horse. There are items for the game and a mini-book of digital art.
The PS5 version of Ghost of Tsushima also has an additional 4K resolution function that reaches 60 frames per second, 3D audio, better Japanese dubbing, ‘haptic feedback’ and adaptive triggers.
This is where we ask you, what do you think of the prices to pay for the upgrade to Director’s Cut? Remember that this new version will be available from August 20.