Before we begin: If you’re looking for an overview of the base game, check out our in-depth Ghost of Tsushima PS4 review. All of the points that we made in that review also apply to Ghost of Tsuhima: Director’s Cut. In this review, we’re concentrating on what’s new.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut revitalises Sucker Punch’s open world epic just over a year after its original release. This is the same base game — the same story of vengeful samurai Jin Sakai — but it’s bundled with the all-new Iki Island expansion. And on PlayStation 5, Director’s Cut boasts haptic feedback, full Japanese lip sync, and even shorter — that is, non-existent — load times.
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