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Ghost of Tsushima’s Director’s Cut Takes Us to Iki Island for a New Story

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Ghost of Tsushima released last year on PS4 and is back in Director’s Cut. Along with this Director’s Cut comes a new story extension that brings Jin to Iki Island, new characters, and more.

We really like it Ghost of Tsushima when it released last July. If you missed it, you can follow it review here. The game has seen a co-op mode as well as last year. This latest Director’s Cut introduces a new story extension as Jin learns of a Mongol tribe landing on Iki Island.

This new Mongol tribe was led by a shaman named Ankhsar Khatun. However, to her followers, she is known as “Eagle”. Naturally, this will present you and Jin, with various challenges and obstacles.

Iki Island has been described as “a wild, lawless land of looters and criminals, scarred by the memory of war.” In short, the samurai could not yet tame the island. During your time on the island, you’ll face pirates, smugglers, mad monks, and haunted caves. Of course, you will also be able to learn new techniques.

Also, the story is one of healing. As Sucker Punk notes in PlayStation Blog,

“Given everything that has happened in the past year, it’s no coincidence that we wanted to tell a healing story… And we felt this would pose a unique and compelling challenge to Jin. . We all suffer wounds, from the humblest farmer to the strongest jito. The wounds from the past that we carry with us. And the problem with a wound is that you can’t fight it, or hide around it. Ghost weapons and samurai techniques won’t help you. A wound can only be healed.”

Check out the trailer above. Director’s Cut is available for $69.99 on PS5 and $59.99 on PS4. If you already own Ghost of Tsushima on PS4, you can upgrade to PS4 Director’s Cut for $19.99

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