A director's cut for Ghost Of Tsushima has shown up on the ESRB's website and received an age rating for PS4 and PS5.
There are a number of ways in which an unannounced game's imminent arrival can be leaked ahead of time. One of those ways is when it receives a rating from some sort of governing body. Like movies, games are required to carry an age rating, and when that happens in the US the rating is shared by the ESRB. That's how the news that Ghost of Tsushima will soon be getting a director's cut has seemingly been leaked this week.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is currently listed on the ESRB website and will have a Mature rating, the same as the regular version of the game. The title's Director's Cut is also listed as both a PS4 and PS5 game. Ghost of Tsushima was originally released on PS4 and was one of the first to get a PS5 enhancement. However, a full PS5 version of the game of the year contender is yet to be released.
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News that some sort of Ghost of Tsushima announcement is incoming follows on from rumors that the base game will be getting some DLC. Those rumors suggest Tsushima's expansion will be called Ghost of Ikishima. Whether that will be its real name, or even if it exists at all is yet to be confirmed by either PlayStation or Tsushima developer Sucker Punch.
If Tsushima does indeed get a Director's Cut, it will be following in the footsteps of Death Stranding. It was announced during this year's Summer Game Fest that Death Stranding is getting a director's cut. Its launch date is currently listed as nothing more than coming soon, but in terms of its rating, unlike Tsushima, Death Stranding's director's cut appears to be a PS5 exclusive.
Tsushima fans might have to wait for news of the game's director's cut to be made official. PlayStation currently has some bigger fish to fry in terms of major announcements. This morning Sony announced the acquisition of Housemarque, the studio behind Returnal. It also appears to have accidentally revealed that PlayStation Studios has also acquired Bluepoint, although the tweet seemingly revealing that was quickly deleted.
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