Ghost of Tsushima PC Port Officially Arriving 16 May

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PlayStation Finally Fulfills Demands!

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  • Ghost of Tsushima is Sony’s next PC port.
  • This samurai adventure is headed to the platform in May.
  • The Steam page is already up ahead of an official announcement.

PlayStation is accelerating its shift toward PC gaming. In a surprising turn of events, the gaming giant is ready to release its next PC port months after Horizon Forbidden West.

While Guerrilla Games’ latest title is arriving on the platform this month, Ghost of Tsushima is next, heading to Steam on May 16.

Why it matters: In terms of the most requested PlayStation PC ports, Ghost of Tsushima has always been high up on the list, rivaling the demand for Bloodborne.

Ghost of Tsushima
Ghost of Tsushima 

The PC port has leaked ahead of schedule. Over on Steam, the Director’s Cut has received its separate page, confirming a 16 May 2024 release date. This port comes with a slew of options expected from Sony’s releases.

DLSS 3, FSR, and DualSense support are all included. Ultrawide support will also be added to the PC port, bringing Ghost of Tsushima to more players for the first time since its PS5 Director’s Cut launch.

Furthermore, the game is expected to support the Steam Deck since the Steam description mentions portable consoles.

Ghost of Tsushima
Ghost of Tsushima Screenshot via Sucker Punch Productions

Recent leaks have also pointed to a nearing reveal for Ghost of Tsushima 2. With this PC port launching in May, a PlayStation Showcase could be scheduled around this date to build anticipation for the sequel.

Ghost of Tsushima’s PC release is significant for more than one reason. Last year, PlayStation slowed down its PC ports after The Last of Us Part 1 failed.

With its first two releases in 2024 coming two months apart, it appears Sony has returned to a faster pace yet again. Therefore, fans should expect a few more releases before the end of 2024.

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