You Can Play Ghost of Tsushima in 8K… but Only on one platform! [VIDEO]

Sucker Punch’s work has been superbly ported to the PC by Nixxes Software, and a team of modders has managed to raise the bar even higher.


Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut has been out on PC for over a week now. We’ve already told you how well it’s off to a good start, and we’ve also told you that it can use both Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR. Now a mod from the team of Broken Dreams has appeared that can take the game’s graphics to even more absurd levels if you have a powerful enough configuration (nowadays a top-of-the-line PC is an Intel Core i9-14900KS, a GeForce RTX 4090, and say 64 GB DDR5 RAM, along with a fast 1 TB NVMe SSD, a 1000+ W power supply, and the rest is irrelevant…).

Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut runs at 8K resolution in the video embedded below. That’s 7680×4320, which is four times the pixel count of 3840×2160, or 4K. There’s better lighting in the mod, which makes driving at night look much more atmospheric, and of course there’s no shortage of ray tracing, which looks fantastic, especially in the more wooded terrain. Sucker Punch’s gameplay was already one of the most beautiful on PlayStation 5, so it wasn’t easy to make it even more spectacular on PC, but Nixxes has done just that. Of course, the mod isn’t that easy to install, but there’s a tutorial for that if you’re not a PC expert.

Now for the downside. The mod that allows 8K resolution is behind a paywall. In other words, unless you join Massihancer’s Patreon page, the only way to get this mod is to pirate it, and it’s subjective who’s willing to spend money for it and who’s not. Whatever you think, one thing we can all agree on is that the PC port of Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is excellent.

Source: GamingBible, Patreon

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