Ghost Of Tsushima Director’s Cut Has Got ‘M’ Rating From ESRB

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Ghost Of Tsushima Director's Cut Has Got 'M' Rating From ESRB
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While the upcoming version of Sucker Punch Productions, Ghost of Tsushima Director’s cut, is yet to be announced, the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has rated PS4 and PS5. This rating by ESRB indicates that a Ghost of Tsushima Director’s cut exists.

In case you’re new to this news, the game features the story of Jin Sakai, a samurai warrior. The story of the game takes the players to 13th century feudal Japan. The protagonist of the game, Jin Sakai, is the last surviving member of his clan, battling against the invading Mongol forces to free the island of Tsushima.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut

Ghost of Tsushima came out last year as a Playstation exclusive. Also, being one of the most realistic games, it is very well known for its picturesque visuals and engaging combat style. An open-world role-playing game, Ghost of Tsushima, has been very well received by fans and critics alike. In addition, the game has also been a recipient of awards for its audio and art.

Coming to the director’s cut version, not much is known about the game apart from the ESRB rating. It is clear that Sony Entertainment is confident and has submitted the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s cut for rating. Which, like before, has received a Mature 17+ rating from the authority.

However, one thing to note here is that the rating mentions “in-game purchases,” only for the PS4 version. This is strange as the game does have micro-transactions on the PS4. Secondly, another note that reads, “users interact” probably refers to the legends multiplayer mode.

The legends multiplayer mode, aka online cooperative multiplayer mode, was added to the Ghost of Tsushima after a few months of its launch. Furthermore, Sucker Punch confirmed that the game would utilize the next-gen Playstations Game Boost feature to support up to 60fps via backward compatibility.

Akshay Bhardwaj

Akshay Bhardwaj

A casual gamer, fascinated with everything geeky, mostly found lazing around. I drink, and I don't know things!

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