Exploring the brand new Iki island is good for about ten hours of extra game time, taking beautiful and serene pictures with the built-in photo mode easily adds several hours more. Those who already own Ghost of Tsushima can upgrade to the director's cut for a low price. For those who want to take the step now, the director's cut is simply the best version you can get.
Without the loading screen and with the new upscale, it is on eof the best gaming experience i ever had. I usually dont like the "movie" games like Detroit or Until dawn, but this game even if its an action advanture rpg, makes me more feel like im in a movie than those games. Absolutely amazing, cant wait for 2.
As it stands, Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is the comprehensive, definitive Ghost of Tsushima experience. Its new multiplayer mode isn't in the game yet but will be coming soon, and in the meantime, fans still have the current Ghost of Tsushima: Legends experience to check out, the base game's story mode with PS5 features, and the substantial Iki Island expansion. Newcomers and returning fans alike have reason to check out Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut, with it hopefully keeping fans satisfied until they can get their hands on Sucker Punch's first game built exclusively with the PlayStation 5 in mind.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut amplifies an already excellent open world game. The Iki Island expansion is worth the price of admission alone, providing another chunk of stunning Japanese landscape for Jin to explore, while also digging into the protagonist's past. A fantastic range of story missions and side quests make for a memorable offshore excursion, and put alongside the main campaign, Ghost of Tsushima now stands as a PS4 and PS5 must-buy.
Ghost of Tsushima: Directors Cut improves all technical aspects in its PlayStation 5 version. Not only on a visual level, but also on loading times and the great use of the DualSense controller. It looks great in 4K, although we must say that the expansion does not have great visual improvements. The Isle of Iki complements the campaign well with a new story that involves some mystical aspects, but these blend well into the plot without making them feel out of place.
Ghost of Tsushima: Directors Cut builds on the entire Tsushima experience, good and bad. While the slower pacing and drip fed rewards work for me, some will find the pace sluggish and find their attention wandering elsewhere. Still, this is probably the best chance of living inside a Akira Kurosawa movie you’ll ever get. It’s an opportunity worth taking.
Ghost Of Tsushima Director's Cut on PlayStation 5 is undoubtedly the definitive way to experience Sucker Punch's open-world samurai adventure. Improved loading times, enhanced resolutions, smoother frame rates, and a slew of brand-new content make the 2020 game shine in new ways. More than that though, it's given me the chance to reassess a video game that I just previously couldn't see the adoration for.
The game is not for me, although it is still a lot to finish the plot, the expansion and many side activities. For me, the game was just boring at times. I think that the game is aimed at people who will appreciate the areas of Japan at that time and will enjoy them. I missed the dynamics, although I tried to appreciate the work anyway.
I've played the ps4 version before but now I'm replaying the ps5 version haven't played the dlc yet this is a review on the base game
the map and the graphics are definitely beautiful but the bugs and glitches I've ran into blows the immersion away it's disappointing that a game this beautiful has these annoying bugs that haven't been fixed yet
and the side objectives in the game are repetitive after a bunch of times like yeah following a fox to a shrine or climbing a mountain for a charm is fun the first couple of times but after doing it for 50 times it starts to get boring and the map yet being pretty it has nothing to offer just some shrines here and there and some random bandits and mongols to kill it's my second playthrough of the game and after 14 hours of gaming I haven't even finished the first act of the game there's so much filler in it but if you are not a completionist like me and you only play the main missions you will definitely enjoy the game
SummaryGhost of Tsushima Director's Cut includes: Ghost of Tsushima full game; Iki Island expansion: New story, mini-games, enemy types and more*; Legends online co-op mode; Downloadable content: Digital mini art book, Director's commentary, One Technique Point, Charm of Hachiman's Favor, Hero of Tsushima Skin Set. PS5 Features: Dynamic 4K reso...