Ghost Of Tsushima: Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut announced, new Iki Island expansion added

Sucker Punch Productions, the makers of the successful third-person action game Ghost of Tsushima, have announced a Director’s Cut of the game that will add a lot of new content to the original game. The Spirit of Tsushima Director’s Cut starts on August 20 and is available for pre-order for Rs 4,999 for PS5 and Rs 3,999 for PS4 in India.
The game is available for pre-order in the US and other countries for $ 69.99 / € 79.99 / £ 69.99 on PS5 and $ 59.99 / € 69.99 / £ 59.99 on PS4. For those who already have the base game Ghost of Tsushima on PS4, they can pre-order an upgrade to Director’s Cut on PS4 for $ 19.99 / € 19.99 / £ 15.99.
With the Director’s Cut, the samurai-themed game on the island of Tsushima has now been moved to another island. expanded Iki where another secret is waiting Jin Sakai, the warrior “Ghost” who single-handedly terrorized the Mongolian troops that had wrested the island from the control of the Japanese. Here’s an overview of all the new features the Director’s Cut will add to the base game.
The Iki island: New villain, the dark secret of the Sakai clan
The island of Iki extends the plot of Ghost of Tsushima. Jin discovers that the island has been occupied by a mysterious Mongol tribe. The leader of the tribe is a shaman named Ankhsar Khatun or “the eagle”. “As a khatun and shaman, she is not only a conqueror of nations, but also a shepherdess of souls. And the danger it poses to Jin and his people is unlike anyone they have been exposed to Sucker Punch Productions, the developers of the game. The Sakai clan also holds a dark secret that Jin can only discover on Iki Island, a place the Japanese haven’t thought about much in decades.

Other bonus content
The Director’s Cut also adds that Legends Online co-op, mini digital art book, tech point, charms of Hachiman’s favor, heroes of Tsushima skin set that comes with gold mask, sword kit, horse and saddle.
It also comes with the Game Director’s comment where the creative team, with the help of a renowned Japanese historian, takes a deeper look at the game world and how it compares to the real-life events that inspired it.


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