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Ghost Of Tsushima 200fps 4K update is the most glorious thing we've ever seen

Ghost Of Tsushima 200fps 4K update is the most glorious thing we've ever seen

Ghost Of Tsushima is incredible on PC, and the performance is insane

Ghost Of Tsushima is finally on PC, and players with high-end hardware have been blown away by its performance compared to the PS5 version.

Don’t get it twisted, Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is still one of the best looking games on the PlayStation 5, but obviously its addition to PC allows for a significant boost to its graphics and performance.

Check out the trailer for Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, now available on PC

An example of what we mean can be found in the below tweet, or X post as it’s now called, showing the game running at nearly 200fps at 4K with fully-maxed out settings.

This is thanks to a combined effort of FSR3 Frame Generation and DLSS, both of which are supported by the PC port of the game.

Fans were blown away, with some wishing we could get a similar level of support for other PC titles, like Cyberpunk 2077 if “we ask very very nicely.”

Another fan said they’d “never thought” about combining FSR and DLSS, but they’re glad it’s supported.

Finally one player shared their own experience with the port, saying they were “using quality DLSS at 1440p getting about 100fps, turned on FSR3 FG and it shot up all the way to 150fps.”

Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut on PC doesn’t have much else in terms of new content, mainly just the advanced graphical settings, but that hasn’t stopped it from becoming one of the most popular PC ports of recent memory.

Of course it hasn’t been entirely smooth sailing, as while it’s dominating the Steam charts at the moment, it did run into a bit of controversy after Sony delisted the game in over 100 countries.

Ghost Of Tsushima: Director’s Cut is available on PC now via Steam, or if you haven’t got a PC you can still play it on PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5, minus all the new technical settings.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Topics: Ghost Of Tsushima, PC, PlayStation, Sony