Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut Has Been Rated by the ESRB

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Fancy a Ghost of Tsushima with extra ghosts?

No, us neither. Ghost of Tsushima is one of those games that really doesn’t need multiplayer, so a singular Ghost is definitely enough. But if the Entertainment Software Rating Board is to be believed Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is real so developers Sucker Punch must be adding something to the the original slash-em-up.

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut has yet to be officially announced but it appears on the ESRB’s official website, for both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. The description of the game is near identical to the original Ghost of Tsushima, with two very minor changes. The new description references killing people with arrows (instead of bows as in the original) and adds “third-person” to describe the game’s combat.


As entertaining as it is to imagine your character accidentally leaving their bow at home and running around trying to kill people with an arrow, we suspect that’s just a word choice. It’s more likely that the game’s getting a PS5 upgrade (possibly also as a physical release) which, along with a small chunk of extra content, will be Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut. 

You can read our Ghost of Tsushima review here, but we’re definitely up for playing a prettier version of the game, so we’re eagerly awaiting further developments.