Ghost of Tsushima is one of the PS4 games that will feature Game Boost on PS5, which means that it will be played at 60 fps, with minimal loading times.
Ghost of Tsushima has been the last great PS4 exclusive. And if you haven’t had the chance to play it yet, or you just want to rediscover Jin Sakai’s adventures through these beautiful Japanese landscapes, you can do so on PS5… and at 60 fps.
Sucker Punch will be one of the games that benefit from Game Boost, that is, PS4 games that will perform better on PS5, with higher and more stable frame rates.
PS5 owners playing Game Boost will see an additional option to allow frame rates up to 60 FPS, and while the loading speeds on the PS4 are already excellent, just wait until you see them on the PS5!
– Ghost of Tsushima 🎮 NOW (@SuckerPunchProd) October 9, 2020
Sony recently explained how PS4 backward compatibility will work on the PS5. He explained what accessories and services will work, as well as giving a (very short) list of games that will not work. In practice, much more than 99% of the PS4 catalog will work on PS5.
Mind you, we still don’t know which other PS4 games will benefit from these kinds of improvements to new hardware, via Game Boost.
Evolution of the famous DualShock controller for PS5. The new DualSense is the official controller for PS5 with haptic feedback and dynamic shooting effects.
Until then, Ghost of Tsuhima is about to launch a multiplayer mode called Legends. Update 1.1, due out next week, will include four-player missions and the ability to complete two-player story missions.
There will be various character classes: hunter, samurai, ronin, and assassin, with special weapons and powers. In addition, it includes a new new game mode + and more additions to continue our game … that from November 19 we can continue on the new PS5.