The director’s cut gets a rating from the ESRB

The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has given a rating for Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, more or less confirming the existence of a new PS4 and PS5 version of Sucker Punch ahead of its official announcement.

with rating It was also announced that the upcoming version will be called Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut and will be coming to PS4 and PS5. Other than that, not much information is available. As before, the company named the game M, which means mature. This means that the game is suitable for anyone over seventeen years old. Description of Director’s Cut Edition Identical to the original game.

There’s something strange to discover: the PlayStation 4 version mentions that it has “in-game purchases”. It is still unclear what this means, as Ghost of Tsushima did not originally have microtransactions on PS4. Furthermore, the description states that “users are interacting” on both PS4 and PS5, likely referring to the Legends multiplayer mode that was added a few months after the original version was released.

There is more news about the samurai game from Sucker Punch. Ghost of Tsushima, for example, gets a movie adaptation, and the game won Player of the Year at the Game Awards last year. Sucker Punch is owned by PlayStation, which also announced today that it is buying Returnal developer Housemarque.

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