A new leak has revealed an upcoming Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut which could feature new content!
Ghost Of Tsushima was one of the best games of 2020 and a great way to end the PS4 generation. Letting players explore a gorgeous open world and have intense samurai duels, there’s no other game like it.
Beyond the multiplayer Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, the game hasn’t received any DLC and so many fans thought they’d have to wait until a full-blown sequel to see the continuation of Jin’s story.
However, a new leak has revealed that we could be getting even more Ghost of Tsushima very soon.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut Announcement Coming Soon?
Ghost of Tsushima fans already know that a sequel is on the way. However, another new entry in the series could be coming very soon.
ESRB, the board which decides the age ratings for video games, has now rated ‘Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut’. This follows the news that Sony is working on 25 new first-party PS5 games.
This almost certainly confirms that we will be getting a new version of Ghost of Tsushima with extra content. What new content it will include is unknown at the moment, but there have been many rumors going around about a standalone expansion for the game titled ‘Ghost of Ikishima’.
Don’t be surprised if this ‘Director’s Cut’ is the original Ghost of Tsushima plus the rumored standalone expansion.
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Also worth noting is that the ESRB rating is for both PS4 and PS5. Sony clearly has no plans to stop last-gen support just yet as Horizon Forbidden West will come out on PS4, but with some major differences.
Therefore, as the game has already been rated, you can expect to hear an official Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut announcement at the upcoming PlayStation State of Play. Check out all of the huge PlayStation State of Play 2021 leaks so far.
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