Sony and developer Sucker Punch revealed some more details about Jin Sakai’s next plan , Extended version They also released a gorgeous new trailer for the upcoming version, which will be available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on August 20th.
You will be able to explore a brand new island called Iki. Jin learned that a Mongolian tribe led by a shaman named Anksakatun had settled there.Katun “is not only the conqueror of the country, but also the shepherd of the soul. The danger she brings to King and his people is different from the one they face,” Sucker Punch senior writer Patrick Downs .
Iki is a “lawless land of predators and criminals” that has been out of the control of samurai for decades. Jinhui encountered pirates, smugglers and “crazy monks” on the island. He will explore haunted caves and learn new techniques.
The expanded story will also delve into Kim’s painful past. “Considering everything that happened in the past year, we also want to tell a healing story. This is no accident,” Downs wrote. “And we think this will pose a unique and compelling challenge for Jin.”
Tsushima no Oni director’s cut version For owners of the original game, it is a $20 upgrade. Upgrading the base game or the PS5 version of the director’s cut version requires an additional payment of $10. Tsushima no Oni director’s cut version It can also be purchased directly, priced at $60 on PS4 and $70 on PS5.
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