The Director's Cut of Ghost of Tsushima, already available on PlayStation 5, offers a feature common to the released PS4 titles. With the difference that here, the backup transfer is more pleasant than elsewhere.

In fact, Ghost of Tsushima players who have gone through it from top to bottom on PlayStation 4 have no real reason to relive the experience, albeit somewhat enriched, on the next generation.

As a reminder, if you have the basic Ghost of Tsushima on PS4, the upgrade to the Director's Cut PS4 version costs 19.99 euros. The bill is less salty if you already have this Director's Cut and want to enjoy it on PS5. In this case, “only” 10 additional euros will have to be paid.

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut: no need for PS4 game to recover save on PS5

As we can read on the sheet of Ghost of Tsushima DIRECTOR'S CUT on the PlayStation Store , the game yelling at us that it is not like the others, we can read that among other features, this PS5 version delivers the “ possibility of transferring saved data from the PS4 version to the PS5 version ” .

In detail, reported by VGC , an option directly accessible in the main menu allows you to transfer a PS4 backup to the PS5. To do this, the backup is retrieved from the storage of the PS4 or a USB stick.

A way of proceeding which seems to be obvious, but is obviously not the observed norm. Titles such as Marvel's Avengers thus require a longer and less practical handling. In the case of the Square Enix title, to recover the PS4 backup on PS5, the PS4 game must be installed on the hard drive of the PS5 or on the PS4. Then the backup should be uploaded from the cloud. We think of those players who had deleted the original game in order to continue or remake it on PS5, and whose internet connection did not necessarily allow them to get back into the adventure as quickly as they wanted.

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