Ghost of Tsushima PC

When it launches on PC later this week, the online co-op Legends mode in Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut will carry a beta tag when you wish to play with PS5, PS4 friends via crossplay. Rather than the final version of what port specialist Nixxes Software intends to ship, the developer is soliciting feedback so it can make tweaks to the feature "in the weeks following launch".

Rather than having crossplay happen automatically when matchmaking for the Legends mode, PC players need to opt-in by inviting their PS5, PS4 friends through the all-new PlayStation overlay. "Cross-play will launch in beta, meaning you can try it out by inviting your PlayStation Network friends," a tweet said. "We would love your feedback as we continue to make adjustments in the weeks following launch!" The new PlayStation overlay will also let PC users unlock Trophies.

Nixxes goes on to explain the PC version can be pre-loaded now, allowing you to start playing the game as soon as it's available on 16th May 2024 at 8am PT / 11am ET / 4pm BST. As well as a desktop, Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut is also fully playable on a Steam Deck.

"We're happy to share that the single player experience, including the Iki Island expansion, can be enjoyed on Steam Deck and similar handheld gaming PCs as we’ve worked extensively to optimize performance and deliver the best possible experience on these devices." The only reason the game has been marked as "unsupported" on Steam is due to "the Legends co-op multiplayer mode requiring Windows to access PlayStation Network integrated features".

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