It seems rumours of a PS5 version of Ghost Of Tsushima are true after all, according to a listing on the American age rating board.
For the third time this week an age rating classification board has managed to spoil the surprise of a new game, with what seems to be confirmation of the rumoured PlayStation 5 version of Ghost Of Tsushima.
This time it was the American age rating organisation, the ESRB, which currently lists ‘Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut’ for both PlayStation 4 and 5.
It’s possible that the PlayStation 5 version may only be via backwards compatibility, but either way this is the first time there’s been any news of a director’s cut.
As is usual for age rating boards there’s no description of the technical details of the game, although it does go into amusing detail on why it deserves a M for Mature rating (warning: it contains a ‘man’s exposed buttocks’!).
What might be included in a Director’s Cut is unclear, as the only major DLC so far has been the free multiplayer expansion Ghost Of Tsushima: Legends.
Whether developer Sucker Punch will create new content for the PlayStation 4 version, or if the main focus is taking advantage of the PlayStation 5’s increased power, is unknown and will have to wait for an official announcement.
The leak comes just days after rumours of a standalone expansion, called Ghost Of Ikishima, but whether those rumours are true, and what relation they have to the director’s cut, is also currently a mystery.
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