Ghost of Tsushima hasn’t even reached its first anniversary, but that hasn’t stopped Sony from making one of the best PS5 games even better thanks to the recently announced Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, which releases on August 20, 2021.
But there’s something rather dishonorable about this upcoming release of Sucker Punch’s critically-acclaimed PS4 exclusive. Particularly with how the paid upgrade to the PS5 version works – and it’s one that’s worth lamenting.
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