Ghost of Tsushima disappeared from PlayStation Store – now there is only an upgrade for the PS4 version in the store for 1,429 rubles

Samurai action thriller Ghost of Tsushima from Sucker Punch Productions disappeared from the digital PlayStation Store shortly after the announcement of Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut. Attention was drawn to this by users interested in the cost of upgrading from the old version to the new one.

As a reminder, Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 will include the original game, the multiplayer component of Legends, as well as completely new story content – Iki Island, full of its own dangers, opponents, adventures, quests, and rewards.

In addition, the director’s edition of Ghost of Tsushima for the PlayStation 5 console will include a number of exclusive technical enhancements such as face-to-face animation tailored to Japanese dubbing, reduced load times, 4K support, 60fps, 3D audio technology, and also features the DualSense gamepad, namely adaptive triggers and tactile vibration.

At the announcement, it was reported that to access the new content on the PlayStation 4, owners of the original version will have to pay $ 20, and those who want to upgrade later to the full version for the PlayStation 5 will have to pay another $ 10. In other words, a full set of Director’s Cut enhancements will cost old Tsushima customers $ 30.

In the Russian segment of the digital segment of the PS Store, there is now only an upgrade page from the original PS4 version to the PS4 version of Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut. The procedure is estimated at 1,429 rubles. There is no upgrade page from PS4 to PS5 yet.

“If you have Ghost of Tsushima for PS4, you can pre-order the upgrade before the release of Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut on PS4 for 1,429 rubles. The upgrade will be released on August 20,” the message says.

In the United States, all new buyers of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut are priced at $ 69.99 for the PS5 version and $ 59.99 for the PS4 version. The cost of the director’s cut in Russia is still unknown.


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