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Ghost Of Tsushima Director's Cut Hits PC In May With Extra Features

It includes the Iki Island expansion and multiplayer Legends mode.


Sucker Punch has announced that Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut will be released for PC on May 16. It includes the full game, the Iki Island expansion, and the online multiplayer Legends mode.

The PC version supports ultrawide monitors, and is optimized for both 21:9 and 32:9 resolutions, as well as 48:9 resolutions for triple monitor setups.

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It also features several performance-enhancing technologies, such as NVIIDA DLSS 3 and AMD FSR 3 for upscaling and frame generation. Intel XeSS upscaling and NVIDIA DLAA and FSR 3 Native AA are supported too.

The PC version offers extensive controller report, as players can remap and customize their controls using Steam Input. The DualSense controller can be paired with the PC version as well. Those who preorder the game on Steam or the Epic Games Store will receive a New Game Plus Horse, Traveler's Attire, and Broken Armor dyes.

Along with Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut in May, Sony is also releasing Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition for PC on March 21.

Ghost of Tsushima launched in July 2020, for PS4. The Director's Cut version landed on both PS4 and PS5 in August 2021. In GameSpot's Ghost of Tsushima review, we said, "Ghost of Tsushima is at its best when you're riding your horse and taking in the beautiful world on your own terms, armed with a sword and a screenshot button, allowing the environmental cues and your own curiosity to guide you. It's not quite a Criterion classic, but a lot of the time it sure looks like one."

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