Iki Island is a new story expansion in the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, where Jin (and players) can explore new locations, meet new characters, tales to complete, and more.
Jin learns of a mysterious Mongol tribe that has gained a foothold on Iki. Led by revered shaman, Ankhsar Khatun – “the Eagle”, to her followers – the danger she presents is unlike any other you have faced. She is a khatun, a shaman, a conqueror of nations, a shepherd of souls, truly one not to be underestimated. Jin must return to Iki Island to face her down, as well as old fears and deeply buried traumas. What dark past of clan Sakai will he be forced to unearth?
The game’s Iki Island is a semi-fictional version, and one that differs much from Tsushima. Wild, lawless, riddled with raiders and criminals, samurai have not been in control for decades. As skilled as he is, Jin will still need to work with, or around, unsavoury characters to reach the Mongols. Should the Eagle garner the support of Iki’s people, Tsushima and the rest of Japan will be in grave danger.
There’ll be plenty of stories, holding much emotional, personal weight to learn as you proceed to pick up techniques for a new foe.
Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut launches 20 August for SGD97.90 / MYR299 / IDR1,029,000 / THB2,290 / PHP3,490 on PS5 and SGD79.90 / MYR249 / IDR879,000 / THB1,990 / PHP2,990 on PS4. If you already own the base game on PS4, the upgrade can be pre-ordered on PS4 for SGD26.90 / MYR89 / IDR289,000 / THB690. From there, you can also upgrade to Director’s Cut PS5 for SGD18 / MYR50 / IDR150,000 / THB300. Alternatively, upgrade directly from the original PS4 edition to Director’s Cut PS5 for SGD40.90 / MYR129 / IDR439,000 / THB990.