Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Is Arriving on PC

Dive into feudal Japan on PC! Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, a collaboration between Nixxes and Sucker Punch.

Nixxes Software and Sucker Punch Productions have announced the highly anticipated arrival of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut on PC, marking the first time a Sucker Punch title will be available on this platform. The critically acclaimed open-world action-adventure, initially exclusive to PlayStation, will now bring its captivating narrative and stunning visuals to a new audience.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut on PC promises a visually enhanced experience with ultrawide monitor support, allowing players to immerse themselves in the vast terrains and ancient landmarks with a cinematic field of view. The PC version includes the full game, the Iki Island expansion, and the cooperative online multiplayer Legends mode.

Nixxes has worked diligently for the past year to optimize Sucker Punch’s in-house engine for PC, introducing features like unlocked frame rates, various graphics settings, presets, and customizable mouse and keyboard controls. Players can expect seamless integration with their preferred peripherals for an enhanced gaming experience.

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The PC version of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut incorporates the latest performance-enhancing technologies. NVIDIA DLSS 3 and AMD FSR 3 offer both upscaling and frame generation options, while Intel XeSS upscaling is also supported. Players with compatible hardware can further boost image quality using NVIDIA DLAA or FSR 3 Native AA.

Extensive controller support is a highlight of the PC version, allowing players to use Steam Input to remap and customize their preferred peripherals. For an even more immersive experience, the game supports the PlayStation DualSense controller with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, adding a tactile layer to actions like drawing a bow or executing sword strikes.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut will launch on PC this May 16, 2024. Read our full review of the PS4 version of the game right here.

Source: PlayStation Blog