Ghost Of Tsushima Director’s Cut Accidentally Went Free On PSN Brazil

PlayStation 4 version of Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut was free for checkout on PlayStation Store Brazil.

Glitches and errors are a big part of online stores. No matter how enormous the company is there will always be an error sometimes in its services. PlayStation is no exception to this rule and their PlayStation Network falls prey to a lot of these glitches. Another one of these huge errors appeared recently in PlayStation Store Brazil. This time around, Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut was the center of this glitch.

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut became free at checkout on the PlayStation Store in Brazil yesterday. Some fortunate players were able to obtain the PlayStation 4 version of the game without paying any money for it. Normally, Ghost of Tsushima is present on the PlayStation Store for R$299. However, through this glitch, some players were able to buy the game for no money on the checkout screen. The cost of the game appeared to be R$0 on the checkout screen due to the error.

Many people were able to buy Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut for no money due to this weird glitch. Players posted screenshots of the game downloading onto their consoles after they bought it for absolutely nothing. Only the PlayStation 4 version of the game was available for this very generous price of R$0, however, players mentioned that they were able to obtain the PlayStation 5 version for a discounted price right after, as an upgrade.

A lot of players tried to get Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut through this method right after seeing the posts. However, they weren’t as successful as others. Since this news, the game has become unpurchaseable on the PlayStation Store in Brazil. No one can purchase the game now, even with real money. Most likely, Sony noted this error and is now trying to fix the situation. Therefore, if you were looking to create a Brazilian account and claim Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, you are a bit late, unfortunately.

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