ESRB's "Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut" ended earlier this week. Despite speculation that the game would be heralded as a possible PlayStation State of Play event, Sony instead announced it via the PlayStation blog. Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 later this year, with several features exclusive to the PS5 version. Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut will be released on August 20 and combines the main game and all post-launch content into one package. The big draw is the addition of Iki Island, which previously ended up as a standalone expansion of Tsushima's Ghost. Instead of being a standalone expansion, Iki Island will be part of Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut, with a new story, new locations, characters, and more. It looks like the content from Ghost of Tsushima Iki Island will actually be in the main game. According to the announcement, Iki Island will be available to Ghost of Tsushima players once they reach Act 2 of the game and head to Toyota territory. Ghost of Tsushima PS4 players can transfer saved games to PS5 so anyone who has played the game can open Iki Island content right away. While Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut and the Iki Island expansion will be available for PS4 and PS5, there will be some features that are exclusive to the PS5 version of the game. These include lip sync for Japanese voices, haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, 3D audio support, improved load times, 4K resolution, and a 60 frame per second target. Unlike many other upgrades from PS4 to PS5, Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut will not be free. The upgrade from the main PS4 Ghost of Tsushima to the PS4 Director's Cut version costs $19.99, while the upgrade from PS4 Director's Cut to the PS5 version costs $9.99. Those who upgrade from the PS4 main version of Ghost of Tsushima to the Cut Cut version from PS5 will have to spend $29.99 to enjoy PS5 exclusive features and the Iki Island expansion. This may be disappointing news for some Ghost of Tsushima fans, but everyone will be looking forward to some upgrades no matter what version of the game they have. This includes an update to Photo mode, more accessibility options, battle improvements, and the ability to hide the Jin quiver. The Ghost of Tsushima: Legends multiplayer experience will also receive new gameplay in the coming weeks and, like all other Legends updates, will be released for free.