Sony has officially announced that the beloved PlayStation exclusive, Ghost of Tsushima, is set to launch on PC on May 16. The game, acclaimed for its samurai drama and open-world adventure, will be released in its Director’s Cut version, which includes the main campaign, the Iki Island expansion, and the multiplayer Legends mode.

This PC release marks a significant move by Sony to expand its horizons beyond console exclusivity, following successful ports of other major titles. Handled by Nixxes, a studio known for its high-quality PC ports and acquired by Sony in 2021, the game promises unlocked frame rates, customizable mouse and keyboard controls, and support for ultrawide and even triple monitor setups.

Ghost of Tsushima on PC will support the latest performance-enhancing technologies such as NVIDIA DLSS 3, AMD FSR 3, and Intel XeSS upscaling, along with comprehensive controller support, including the PlayStation DualSense controller for an immersive experience.

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This beloved sequel to Guerrilla’s critically acclaimed Horizon Zero Dawn also includes the Burning Shores expansion, taking players to a treacherous volcanic archipelago after completing the main quest.

Pre-orders are now open, with special early in-game unlocks for those who purchase before the release date. The game aims to bring Jin Sakai's journey to a new audience, allowing players to dive into feudal Japan's beautiful yet war-torn landscapes with enhanced graphics and performance.