Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut for PlayStation 4
PS4

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut

Aug 20, 2021
9.14
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Excellent
38th of 7915

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About this game

Developer: Sucker Punch Productions
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Beyond war, ancient beauty endures: Roam vast countryside and expansive terrain to encounter rich characters, discover ancient landmarks and uncover the hidden beauty of Tsushima. The rise of the Ghost: Seek support from old friends and new unlikely allies to reclaim Tsushima. Mud, Blood and steel: challenge opponents with your katana for an immersive Samurai combat experience. Become legends together: play with friends or via online matchmaking in a series of two-player story missions or four-player wave-based survival missions in the legends online co-op. A whole new island to explore: Travel to Iki Island to investigate rumors of a Mongol presence in a brand-new story with deeply personal stakes.

Gamer Reviews

3855 Reviews
9.67
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Mar 14, 2022

I don't really know if i could sum this up better than him:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWdgIeHQB2Y

Dec 16, 2021

İts a masterpiece. Best game in 2021 for my played games. Environment open world trees nature re awesome gameplay is nice i m getting fresh when i was at game that aura is incredible.

BigBadWolf

BigBadWolf

Mar 30, 2022
10.00
yassine nakbi

yassine nakbi

Mar 24, 2022
10.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
8.61
Richard WalkerAug 19, 2021
Indeed, the expansion is far and away the most compelling reason for upgrading to the Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut; the PlayStation 5 upgrades – including support for the DualSense's haptics and adaptive triggers – providing mere icing on a most delectable cake.
Mack AshworthAug 21, 2021
Honestly, it’s a rocky first step for these “Director’s Cut” editions that Sony is presumably planning to pump out, with Death Stranding next up on the roster. Sucker Punch sort of shot itself in the foot by giving so much away for free ahead of the DC release, and Kojima Productions has also been pretty generous with its free post-launch offering. While the value proposition is up for debate, it’s hard to argue against the fact that Ghost of Tsushima has evolved beyond anything we had expected.
Chris CarterAug 19, 2021
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is now the definitive version of an already great game; and although the DLC does feel like too much of a companion piece at times, it doesn’t feel tacked-on in the slightest. If you’re keen on experiencing the game from the ground up, this is the way to do it going forward.

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