It is time to take in a bit more story for Ghost Of Tsushima with what is coming for the Director’s Cut of it all. This time to head toward the Iki Island we are going to get to explore as Sucker Punch expands the whole thing out just a bit more with some actual story instead of just cosmetics of it all. Just in case you cannot wait to get into the Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut when it hits the PS4 and PS5 on August 20th here. I know that is still a bit of a wait to get into it all and some might not want to see any spoilers, but we need something to keep us going until it drops out there. Take all of that as you will before you start up the trailer that we have to look at today.
Thankfully, it does not look like there is much that could be spoiled here in the new story coming to Ghost Of Tsushima. Unless you want to dig further into it all and not just take what is on the surface of it all. It looks like we are going to go to some amazing locations with some fun-looking events mixed right in. Not to mention that we will also get to see some new warriors in the mix too with some fireworks going off in it all. That is not a metaphor but with some real ones in the game world popping off in the skies. Have a look and get a better feel for what we are talking about here and then get ready to wait the next month out to get more of your Ghost Of Tsushima to play.
Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut — Iki Island Story
Check out the latest trailer for Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut and get a look at the new Iki Island story expansion. This DLC focuses on Jin, who discovers that a mysterious Mongol tribe has gained a foothold on Iki. The group is led by a shaman called Ankhsar Khatun, also known as “the Eagle.” The danger she presents to Jin and his people is unlike any they've seen before. Jin must return to Iki Island to take on this new challenge. If the Eagle and her tribe gain the support of Iki and its people, Tsushima and the rest of Japan will be in danger.
Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut launches on August 20, 2021 on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
Have you been waiting for more to experience in Ghost Of Tsushima or will you be picking it up for the first time when this version drops? Do you see more to it all in the visuals here or did they clip it well enough to not spoil a single thing to it all? How do you think things will all shape up in the long run of it all and could we see more in the future? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all if you so wish to. We will keep bringing more to you for Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut as we have it all, so be sure to keep checking back in here for it all. I hope we will see much more in the coming month leading up to it all.