Ghost of Ikishima’s Domain Has Been Registered Online

The rumors stand true

Ghost of Tsushima’s upcoming DLC was rumored to be in development for a bunch of days now, only for it to be confirmed for us as of late. The expansion’s name stirred up confusion among the community, with many thinking whether it’s Ghost or Ghosts of Ikishima. Laying the surprise to rest, it seems that Ghost of Ikishima is going to be a thing, and this is something that a plethora of people did not expect releasing.

A Redditor called CyberKnight94 spotted Zuby_Tech‘s post on Twitter showing the domain registration. The owner of the domain is Tucows Inc, and there’s currently no mention of Sony or PlayStation anywhere on the page. The case, however, seems merely inevitable now.

Ghost of Ikishima Domain
Ghost of Ikishima Domain

There’s no official word on the DLC yet, and we do not know whether Ghost of Ikishima will be cross-gen or not. Spheshal_Nick did say that this Ghost of Tsushima follow-up would be a standalone game, similar to Gears 5: Hivebusters. Now that we know that the DLC does exist, it’s only a matter of time before we see the actual contents of it.

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