There’s no word on whether Ghost of Tsushima will be upgraded for PlayStation 5 just yet, but here’s what you could expect from a hypothetical next-gen version. Rendered out by SnazzyAI, this reconstructed 4K, 60 frames-per-second footage is absolutely stunning, with the improved framerate adding an extra sprinkle of magic to Sucker Punch’s historical open world.

Because there’s so much going on in every scene of the samurai sandbox, the increased framerate really imbues fluidity to the motion. Hopefully Sony will update us on its plans for titles like The Last of Us: Part II and Ghost of Tsushima soon, as we’d love these classics to take full advantage of the company’s next-gen hardware.