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Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut

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Aug 20, 2021 - PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4

OpenCritic Rating

87

Top Critic Average

97%

Critics Recommend

IGN
8 / 10
Metro GameCentral
8 / 10
GameSpot
8 / 10
Game Revolution
8.5 / 10
Destructoid
9 / 10
Areajugones
9 / 10
Hobby Consolas
91 / 100
IGN Italy
8.3 / 10
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Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut Trailers

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut - Launch Trailer | PS5, PS4 thumbnail

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut - Launch Trailer | PS5, PS4

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut - Iki Island Trailer | PS5, PS4 thumbnail

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut - Iki Island Trailer | PS5, PS4

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut - Announcement Trailer | PS5, PS4 thumbnail

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut - Announcement Trailer | PS5, PS4


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Critic Reviews for Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut

Iki Island doesn't do much beyond just offering more Ghost of Tsushima, but the new content is extremely worthwhile, thanks to a story that dives deeper into Jin's past, a few new combat wrinkles, and plenty of secrets to discover.

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Metro GameCentral

GameCentral
8 / 10
Metro GameCentral

The underlying game is still too reliant on the Ubisoft formula but the new content and Legends mode make Ghost Of Tsushima Director's Cut a notably better experience than the original at launch.

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The new chapter of Ghost of Tsushima adds to Jin's backstory in a way that makes it feel essential, while adding even more of the best stuff from the vanilla game.

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While the value proposition is up for debate, it’s hard to argue against the fact that Ghost of Tsushima has evolved beyond anything we had expected. From the post-launch patches that included improvements based on community feedback, to the full-fledged online co-op mode that was released at no extra cost and with free updates, Ghost of Tsushima is a prime example of how video games should be launched and supported after release. It launched in an already superb state and now it is even better and bolder.

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Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is now the definitive version of an already great game; and although the DLC does feel like too much of a companion piece at times, it doesn’t feel tacked-on in the slightest. If you’re keen on experiencing the game from the ground up, this is the way to do it going forward.

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‎I always demanded a lot, they always demanded a lot from me. That made me among other things found this website from scratch, from my room when I was just 18 years old. But as you grow older, if you're lucky, you learn. In this last year I learned many things that make the person who analyzed the base game very different from the one who writes about this Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut today. Learn from mistakes, learn from failures, and learn to apologize. This text is my apology to the game and to myself.‎

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Ghost of Tsushima was an impressive game when it was released a year ago, and this PS5 version is still amazing. It looks great (either on fidelity or performance mode), adds dualsense features, and most important, Iki Island deepens on Jin Sakai story, adding new gameplay mechanics, enemies and environments.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

A refined and improved edition of the base game, not without flaws but still full of interesting news, warmly recommended to all lovers of the genre.

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