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Ghost Of Tsushima drops free download you can get now

Ghost Of Tsushima drops free download you can get now

Update 4 has arrived

It has been almost a month since Ghost of Tsushima was finally released on PC and now a new free update aims to make the experience even smoother for new fans.

First released back in 2020 for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, Ghost of Tsushima went on to become one of the best releases of the year and was praised for its excellent combat system, beautiful world and unique atmosphere.

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However, May finally saw the much-loved title head to PC and brand-new players were able to get stuck into the action-adventure title by Sucker Punch Productions.

Now, almost a month on, and a new free update is being rolled out to those players. Coming in at 6GB, the update brings a selection of quality-of-life changes, bug fixes and more.

So without further ado, let’s take a look at Update 4 for Ghost of Tsushima on PC.

Nixxes, who created the PC port, has now updated the PlayStation PC SDK to version 2.5 with support for processors that lack AVX2 instructions. Put simply, a PC with an older CPU that does not support AVX2 will now be able to run the game.

Additionally, there are now improvements to the stability of the AMD FSR 3.0 Frame Generation.

As for game fixes, players will no longer have to deal with facial textures being displayed incorrectly when running out of video memory and shadows will no longer appear smeared in certain frames.

As well as various stability improvements and user interface bug fixes, the gyro functionality of controllers can now be used when Steam Input is enabled.

Overall, the PC port for Ghost of Tsushima has been performing incredibly well and with a few more fixes, it is set to be another incredible experience for PC users.

Featured Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Topics: Ghost Of Tsushima, Sucker Punch, PC