Ghost of Tsushima is coming to PC in May

A screenshot of the video game Ghost of Tsushima.
Image: Sony Interactive Entertainment

The flood of PlayStation exclusives coming to the PC continues. This time, it’s the director’s cut of the samurai drama Ghost of Tsushima, which is launching on PC on May 16th. This version of the game includes the main campaign, as well as the Iki Island expansion and multiplayer mode called Legends.

Aside from that, Sony says that the PC port will feature “unlocked frame rates, a variety of graphics settings and presets, and customizable mouse and keyboard controls,” and is “fully optimized for 21:9 and 32:9 resolutions and even supports 48:9 resolutions for triple monitor setups.” The port is being handled by Nixxes, a studio Sony acquired in 2021.

The news shouldn’t be too much of a surprise, as Sony has made the PC into a key part of its strategy. So far we’ve seen ports of games like God of War, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and The Last of Us, while Horizon Forbidden West is launching later this month. The breakout multiplayer hit Helldivers 2, meanwhile, launched simultaneously on PC and PS5 in February.

Back in February, Sony president Hiroki Totoki talked about the opportunity of bringing console games to PC, saying, “In the past, we wanted to popularize console … but there is a synergy to it. So if you have strong first-party content, not only with our console but also other platforms like computers, first-party can be grown with multi platforms and that can help operating profit to improve.”