Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut has been released, and while it is the same great game as the original, there are some new issues players have been facing.
Specifically, there have been complaints regarding the new armors added to the game and mission rewards. Thankfully, a new patch is already on the way to fix this issue.
The new patch, version 2.07, works to restore the Fundoshi armor for players in New Game+, as it had previously vanished from their inventories.
Several other fixes and updates have been included with this patch.
One issue is that players would not receive the mission rewards after replaying it until the game was reloaded. The update also fixes several quest bugs, reduces the length of haptic feedback when fast traveling, fixes Activity Cards and improves the overall UI.
Here is the complete list of changes this new patch is bringing to the game,
- Restored missing Fundoshi for some New Game+ players who had lost access to it.
- Addressed an issue where replayed missions would not grant the proper rewards until the game was reloaded.
- Addressed an issue where some supply boxes could be restocked upon checkpoint reload.
- Addressed an issue where giving the hut builder supplies then skipping the cutscene would still take the supplies but not complete the objective.
- Addressed an issue where players were not able to join in-progress Legends Survival matches via matchmaking.
- Reduced the length of haptic feedback when fast traveling.
- Addressed some issues related to Activity Cards.
- Addressed an issue with Legends leaderboards visibility.
- Various UI improvements, bug and crash fixes.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut was released on August 20th after the original game was delisted from the PlayStation Store.
The Director’s Cut is now available for the PS4 and PS5 and includes the base game and the Iki Island expansion. It also brings a range of PS5-exclusive features such as 60 FPS gameplay and Japanese lip-sync.
Sucker Punch has also announced that the Ghost of Tsushima: Legends co-op multiplayer mode will now be getting its stand-alone release. So, there is a lot of Ghost of Tsushima content going around, and it will make a great game even better.
About Ghost of Tsushima
From the studio which brought us Sly Cooper and the inFamous series, Ghost of Tsushima is Sucker Punch’s latest release. Praised by both critics and players alike for the story, gameplay, visuals and soundtrack, Ghost of Tsushima is one of the most popular games released in 2020.
Players control Jin Sakai, a samurai turned assassin, on a journey of revenge and redemption as the island of Tsushima battles against the invasion of the Mongol hordes. Master samurai techniques, engage in epic duels reminiscent of Kurosawa films and explore the lush and vast island of Tsushima on your quest to free and reclaim your homeland.