Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, the open-world action-adventure game from Sucker Punch, comes to PC, continuing the trend of first-party PlayStation titles being released on Windows. The game will launch with the expected set of PC features on May 16. The port, predictably, is being helmed by veteran Nixxes Software, the Sony-owned studio that previously worked on PC ports of first-party PlayStation titles like Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart.

Nixxes made the announcement on PlayStation Blog Wednesday, adding that the studio has been working on the port for the past year. The Director’s Cut version of the game will include the full game, the Iki Island expansion, and the Legends co-op online multiplayer mode.

The PC version of Ghost of Tsushima will receive platform-specific features such as an unlocked frame rate, a full set of graphics settings and presets, and custom mouse and keyboard controls. Nixxes has also confirmed ultrawide monitor support, with the game fully optimized for 21:9 and 32:9 resolutions and the over-the-top 48:9 resolution for three-monitor setups.

In addition, the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut will be aided by performance-enhancing technologies such as Nvidia DLSS 3, AMD FSR 3 and Intel XeSS with AI scaling and frame generation options. Those with high-end hardware can also choose to use Nvidia DLAA or FSR 3 Native AA to further improve image quality.

The PC port of the game also promises extensive controller support, but the PlayStation DualSense controller will bring more immersion with haptic feedback and adaptive trigger features.

Ghost of Tsushima was released in 2020 as a PlayStation exclusive game for PS4. A director’s cut of the game, which includes the Ikki Island story expansion, was released in 2021 for PS5 and PS4. Set during the first Mongol invasion of Japan, the game puts players in the shoes of Jin Sakai, a samurai on a path of revenge.

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is currently up for pre-order on Steam and Epic Games Store at Rs. 3,999. Pre-ordering will unlock in-game items such as the New Game+ Horse, Traveller’s Attire, and Broken Armor paints from Baku’s shop when the game launches on May 16.

Nixxes is also set to release the PC port of the PlayStation-exclusive Horizon Forbidden West, with the full game set for release on March 21. The studio revealed a detailed list of PC system requirements for the game this week, confirming that the graphically demanding title will require at least 16GB of RAM to play on PC.

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