Ghost Of Tsushima On PC Isn’t Holding Back On DualSense Features

A new trailer discusses everything latest that has arrived with the PC port.

Story Highlights

  • Ghost of Tsushima on PC is one of the most well-grounded PlayStation exclusives ever made. 
  • The action-adventure title has now made landfall on PC as well and comes with most supported features.
  • A new trailer for the title on PC has dived deep into the functionalities of the title on the PC platform.  

PlayStation implemented a major business practice back in 2020 when it decided to port Horizon Zero Dawn to PC, commencing what is now observed as a recurring strategy of the video game giant that has albeit kept PC players eager and content. The latest title to count in this regard is Ghost of Tsushima—Sucker Punch Production’s clear magnum opus, whose PC functionality has been spotlighted in recent times.

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As how things unfolded with Returnal when it came out for PC back in February 2023, Ghost of Tsushima comes decked out with features on this platform, including haptic feedback and adaptive triggers with the DualSense, and support for numerous upscaling techs, namely Nvidia DLSS 3, AMD FSR 3, and Intel XeSS.

Not just that, but for those who like to play on a bigger screen, feel free to benefit from the title’s ultrawide monitor support functionality as well. 

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Ghost of Tsushima, an In-Game Screenshot

And the best part is, it’s the Director’s Cut Edition of Ghost of Tsushima that players will be able to purchase, and subsequently relish; that means you get to go through the Iki Island expansion as well following the base game experience. For those not in the know, the Iki Island DLC is a new experience all over for Ghost of Tsushima fans—another story, another adventure for Jin to embark on. 

Sucker Punch’s samurai action game came out on July 17, 2020, for the PlayStation 4, followed by a port to the PS5 the next year. The PC port of Ghost of Tsushima is scheduled to come out on May 16, 2024. The IP also has a movie in the making right now, with the director claiming it to be the most “anti-samurai” movie ever.

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