Ghost of Tsushima coming to PC on May 16 on Steam and the Epic Store – WGB


The next PlayStation exclusive to come to PC will be Ghost of Tsushima, the absolutely gorgeous open-world stealth/action game from Sucker Punch.

The PC version will launch on May 16 and will include the full game, the Iki Island expansion, and the cooperative online multiplayer Legends mode. According to the PlayStation blog, this version of the game has been in development by Nixxes (Sony’s in-house porting company) for around a year and will feature some PC-centric upgrades.

First, the framerate will be fully unlocked, so anyone sporting the very best graphics card will be able to experience Ghost of Tsushima at its very best. Full ultrawide support will also be included which I really appreciate since I run an ultrawide monitor myself and love it. Specifically, it’ll support 21:9 and 32:9 resolutions, and “even supports 48:9 resolutions for triple monitor setups.” 

“Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut on PC features the latest performance-enhancing technologies. NVIDIA DLSS 3 and AMD FSR 3 are available with both upscaling and frame generation options. Intel XeSS upscaling is also supported and if your hardware has headroom to spare, you can use NVIDIA DLAA or FSR 3 Native AA to further boost image quality.” says Julian Huijbregts, Online Community Specialist at Nixxes Software.

Nixxes have previously ported Marvel’s Spider-Man, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and will also be handling the upcoming PC version of Horizon: Forbidden West.

“We’re proud to announce that our friends and partners over at Nixxes are bringing Ghost of Tsushima to PC!” said Brian Fleming, Co-Founder, Sucker Punch. “This is a first for Sucker Punch – all our previous work is console-exclusive, so we are excited about all this and Nixxes was the right team to do this project. With them on board, we knew the results would be nothing short of amazing! Now excuse me as I go order a Super Ultra Wide monitor!”

Sony recently mentioned pushing a more aggressive PC strategy to help bolster their thinning profit margins, but their success on the platform so far has been mixed due to a couple of ropey launches. Horizon: Zero Dawn was previously the best-seller without around 3.3 million copies sold, according to leaked Sony documents, but that has likely now been overtaken by the hugely popular Helldivers 2.

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