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Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut Iki Island Story Trailer Released

Here's the new Iki Island story trailer of Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut

In the next month, Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut will be released with a technically revised and expanded version of Sucker Punch’s PS4 hit. Now the game shows up in a new story trailer.

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut Iki Island story trailer revealed

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Sony Interactive Entertainment officially announced Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 earlier this month. The new release of the samurai adventure also includes a new area with the island of Iki, which is now presented in a suitable story trailer. As always, we have included the video at the bottom of this article.

In addition, Patrick Downs, a senior writer at Sucker Punch, talked about the waiting period for the PlayStation players. In a new entry on the PlayStation Blog, he first thanks the fans who supported the title and says that the team at the development studio cannot wait for the new edition to be released.

As part of the story expansion of Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, the main character Jin Sakai ends up on the small Japanese island of Iki, on which a “mysterious Mongol tribe” is said to have established a foothold. The invaders are led by a shaman named Ankhsar Khatun, who is called “The Eagle” by the subordinates.

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As a shaman, she is not only a conqueror, as was the villain of the main game, Khotun Khan, but also a “shepherd of souls.” So it should represent a whole new danger. One that Jin and his people have never encountered before. Now our character has to return to the island.

Jin used to be on the island of Iki, but now he is forced to face his fears from then and cope with a trauma that he has hidden deep within himself. Patrick Downs promises to explore the “dark past of clan Sakai” as part of the story expansion. The new area with its wild and lawless areas should stand in stark contrast to the island of Tsushima.

The samurai have had no influence or control there for decades, which is why Jin is forced to find new allies. For example, it will be possible to work with a group of “unsavory characters” to bring the fight to Ankhsar Khatun and her followers. In general, the makers promise all kinds of variety in the form of crazy characters and environments.

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Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut will be released in stores on August 20, 2021, for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.