If you've been hoping for a Ghost of Tsushima PS5 version, then you're in luck. An ESRB listing has confirmed that Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is on its way to PS5 and PS4, although it doesn't go into any detail about exactly what this "Director's Cut" contains.
What do we know about Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut?
This listing was first spotted by Reddit user Mront. It gives Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut an M rating, citing "blood and gore, intense violence, language, and partial nudity" as the reasons for the classification. This would put it in line with the rating for the original Ghost of Tsushima. Under "Platforms", the Director's Cut lists PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 as the platforms on which Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut will be released.
What is Ghost of Ikishima?
Interestingly, this listing coincides with the appearance of a rather intriguing rumor suggesting that there could be a standalone Ghost of Tsushima expansion on the way. Supposedly, the expansion will be titled Ghost of Ikishima, and will be in a similar vein to "expandalone" titles like Spider-Man: Miles Morales or Uncharted: Lost Legacy. Sony has registered a domain name for "ghostofikishima.com", and there's also cover art floating around depicting a lone warrior who may or may not be Tsushima protagonist Jin Sakai.
If Ghost of Ikishima is real, then the Ghost of Tsushima director's cut content may well include that expansion in addition to the base game. With that said, Ghost of Ikishima is supposed to be a standalone expansion, so there's every chance it may not come bundled with Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut. Since nothing has been officially announced yet, we're working from (admittedly rather credible) rumors at the moment. Naturally, we'll bring you more on this as soon as we get it. Until then, if you're a Tsushima fan, it might be time to start getting excited.
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