Ghost of Tsushima, standard edition removed from PlayStation Store

Ghost of Tsushima, standard edition removed from PlayStation Store

Ghost of Tsushima

The standard edition of Ghost of Tsushima has been removed from the PlayStation Store to give way only to the Director's Cut, which will be available starting August 20.

Announced for PS5 and PS4</a> in July, Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut will include the base game and the Iki Island expansion in a single package, as well as a number of technical improvements native to the PlayStation 5.

This is not the first time such an operation has occurred on PlayStation Store, where it is practically the norm that the standard editions are replaced by newer and more complete versions.

However the economic implications of the matter are clear: if it is true that the standard edition of Ghost of Tsushima often ended up among the Sony store offers, bringing the price down to quite affordable figures, with the Director's Cut it will be difficult for that to happen, at least in the immediate future.

At present, therefore, the only way to save something on purchase of the ot timo title developed by Sucker Punch is to get it in retail format.

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Ghost Of Tsushima Director’s Cut Preload Now Available Ahead Of PS5, PS4 Release Next Week

Sucker Punch Productions‘ Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is out on PS5 and PS4 next week, and those of you who have preordered the game via the PlayStation Store now have the advantage of preloading the game.

The game weighs in at about 57.72GB, and to get preloading, simply hit up your game library on your PS5 or PS4. Alternatively, if you want to do it remotely, you can head to the PS Store via the PlayStation App on your phone or the browser, and get downloading.

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is scheduled for release on August 20, 2021 for PS5 and PS4. The game is a re-release of the original Ghost of Tsushima, and includes a brand new location in the shape of Iki Island, which is set to add around 15-20 hours of gameplay.

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The PS5 version of the game will also feature a range of enhancements, including DualSense support with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, 3D audio, and 4K resolution and 60 FPS modes. If you’re on PS4, you can also transfer your progress to the PS5 version of the game.