Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut Review - Know Jin More In

Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut Review - Know Jin More In

Ghost of Tsushima is one of the exclusive PlayStation 4 game's last releases before the launch of the Playstation 5. The game developed by Sucker Punch is a very popular Samurai Open World game and has a good review.

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut Review - Know Jin More In

This time, Sucker Punch brought this popular game to the next-gen console, Playstation 5 with the title Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut. Of course, this version of Director's Cut provides a much more stunning playing experience than the PS4 version.

Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is also available for PS4, but to get a maximum play experience of course you have to play the PS5 version of this game. The author will provide a review for Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut for the PS5 platform.

Increased drastic performance

Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut for PS5 provides good graphics and performance improvements. With a graphical 4K resolution and stability at 60 frames per second, this game runs very smoothly on PS5. The author has played this game on PS4, but after playing it on PS5, the author felt more comfortable adventure on Tsushima Island (and Iki) on the Ps5 platform.

Not only that, Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut also provides better enhancements. By using the unique features of PS5 such as Haptic Feedback, Adaptive Triggers, and others, this game provides a very real playing experience. With the Haptic Feedback, the author felt vibration when fighting and cutting the enemy, and felt better archery feeling than PS4 with the presence of adaptive triggers.

And the use of SSD on the PS5 certainly provides better performance when playing this game. Loading time in this game is also like nothing. Of course, this is quite different from the PS4 version where there is a loading time when using FAST Travel or when starting the game.

A new story about jin and island iki

In this version of the Director's Cut, there is an additional island where players can adventure on the island. This island is called Island Iki. Iki Island is an island that has been mastered by a Mongol named Eagle.

Eagle is a Shaman who controls the island of Iki using hallucinating herbs that can poison the person who drinks it. Think of this Eagle is Scarecrow from the Batman series in Jin Adventure.

Players will later understand Jin's childhood on this DLC. This DLC Journey to Iki provides a history of the Jin dark past so that players will get to know Jin deeper again.

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut Review - story about jin and island iki

The addition of gameplay is pretty good

Although the increase in performance in the PS5 version is quite significant, basically Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is the same game as the normal version. Players can adventure on Tsushima Island in the 12th century Open World, fighting bandits and Mongols, and completing interesting quests that can later improve skills from our main character, Jin.

Some additional skills are also present when we are adventurous on the island of Iki, such as Assassinate using Kunai, Horse Charge where we can hit enemies that gather to death, and so on.

But like most other Open World games, Ghost of Tsushima still feels too repetitive. The author is sometimes a little tired of having to do the same thing many times like attacking the Mongol headquarters. Authors who prefer to use stealth when attacking Mongol's headquarters sometimes have to attack directly so they are not bored using the same way repeatedly.


Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut provides many additions, ranging from new stories, new features, even additional gameplay. Not only that, but LEGENDS 'rival mode will also be present later on September 3, 2021. This mode is a multiplayer mode where the player will later become 2 teams and fight each other to win.

Even though the Director's Cut version provides many additions, the gameplay has given remains the same as the previous version. Players still carry out the same routine as attacking Mongol Camp and others.

However, Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut provides a very exciting play experience as a whole. Sucker Punch has provided the best for this version and is only natural that many gamers say that this game deserves to be a game of the year.