News of a sequel to Ghost of Tsushima has been circulating recently, however a new version of the original title has leaked online.
Please join us on our new Facebook page here: The Best in Gaming
As Ghost of Tsushima is approaching its first anniversary, could there be something special in the pipeline to celebrate the one year mark?
The ESRB has leaked information on a new version of the original game, Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut. The rating for the game has been published to the site, although there wasn’t too much to go from in terms of the games description.
The description of the title was exactly the same as the original game, so fans have been left wondering what will be different in this title to the original game.
The fact that this version has been dubbed ‘Director’s Cut’ indicates that we could be in store for a lot more content to be included with this version of the game.
Previously all of Ghost of Tsushima’s extra content has been free, even the post-launch co-op mode Ghost of Tsushima: Legends came at no extra charge to players.
There is no telling just how much addition content this version will include, but for it to make sense it will have to be a significant amount.
Rumours have already circulated online regarding the games upcoming sequel, Ghost of Ikishima which has been described as a standalone expansion.
This sequel could tie in perfectly with the Director’s Cut, although there is no way to tell exactly what is in store just yet.
As the ESRB has listed Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut for PS4 and PS5, it is unclear if we will see any major enhancements take place, however it is still a good way for players to try out the title.
Be sure to check back with us at Gamerficial for the latest news and updates.
Featured Image: Sucker Punch Productions