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Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Coming to PC

Joining the ranks of God of War (2018) and Last of Us Part 1 comes Sucker Punches critically acclaimed open world title Ghost of Tsushima. The game is inbound for a PC launch, based on it’s PlayStation 5 release, on May 16th.

Ghost of Tsushima Heading to PC

This latest release is developed by Nixxes, who are also responsible for the fantastic PC versions of Spider-Man Remastered and Spider-Man: Miles Morales. Full press release via PlayStation YT Channel breaking down the PC version’s features are below.

  • Experience Ghost of Tsushima with unlocked framerates and a variety of graphics options tailored to a wide range of hardware, ranging from high-end PCs to portable PC gaming devices.*
  • Get a view of even more of the action with support for Ultrawide (21:9), Super Ultrawide (32:9), and even 48:9 Triple Monitor support
  • Boost performance with upscaling and frame generation technologies like NVIDIA DLSS 3, AMD FSR 3 and Intel XeSS. NVIDIA Reflex and image quality-enhancing NVIDIA DLAA are also supported.
  • Japanese lip sync – enjoy a more authentic experience with lip sync for Japanese voiceover, made possible by cinematics being rendered in real time by your PC.
  • Choose how you control the action: experience haptic feedback and adaptive triggers through a wired DualSense™ controller – …or go with mouse and keyboard, with fully customizable controls.
  • Haptic feedback – master your blade through the DualSense™ controller’s immersive haptic feedback.*** – Adaptive triggers – enhance your accuracy with a bow using adaptive trigger resistance.
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