How to Transfer the Ghost of Tsushima Save from PS4 to PS5

Here is how you transfer your Save Data from PS4 to PS5 on Ghost of Tsushima.

Sony Interactive Entertainment just launched Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut for the PS4 and PS5 today. With the latest Iki Island expansion, players can experience a brand new story and island to explore. There will be new enemies to face, new fighting stances, and techniques to learn. Plus, when you are playing the Director’s Cut on a PS5, you will get to experience the game on 4K with 60 frames per second (FPS) alongside some DualSense upgrades!

But if you have been playing Ghost of Tsushima on a PS4 and recently bought a PS5 and the Director’s Cut upgrade, you will need to let PlayStation know that you have an existing save data to migrate.

This article will guide you through the process of how to transfer your Ghost of Tsushima Save Data.

How to transfer your Ghost of Tsushima PS4 Save Data ?

It is pretty simple. After you have downloaded the PS5 version of Ghost of Tsushima, boot up the game and after you get to the game’s main menu, you will immediately see the “Transfer PS4 Console Save” option. That’s it. If you expected the process to be complicated, then it’s your lucky day.

Whether if you have your Save Data on the cloud or in your local drive, the process of transferring your file is still the same.

Unlike Marvel’s Avengers tedious process where you need to have both of the game’s platform versions, Sucker Punch simplified the process to make it convenient for players to do.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is already available on PS4 and PS5. We also managed to do a review coverage, a few guides that covers how to defeat the new Shaman enemy and the newest fighting stance, and a quick enhancement overview.