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The latest patch for Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut fixes a handful of bugs and crashes, including one related to Iki lighthouses.
Version 2.09 was announced yesterday via the official Sucker Punch Twitter account, and is available for download now.
According to the tweet, “this patch fixes a crash some users were experiencing, resolves an issue with Iki lighthouses, and includes adjustments for matchmaking in Legends.”
This is the third patch in around a week for Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut. Version 2.08 was released on September 2 and fixed a number of other bugs, as well as improving the load time for viewing cosmetics in menus in the PS5 version.
Meanwhile, the version 2.07 patch, released on August 28, restored the Fundoshi armour in New Game+ mode, following reports that some players were losing it upon starting. It also fixed an issue where some replayed missions weren’t giving players their rewards until the game was reloaded.
Sucker Punch also released two smaller patches, versions 2.05 and 2.06, the week before. These fixed “a crash that a few users were experiencing“, and an issue where players could arrive on Iki Island wearing the Sakai armour and couldn’t progress.
In VGC’s Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut review, we called the game “the perfect excuse to go back to the island,” adding: “The game has never looked better, and now stands toe-to-toe with the other Sony tentpoles on the platform.
“While the gameplay changes aren’t enough to shake the nagging feelings or repetitiveness, engaging combat and a well told story are more than enough reasons to play through the game again.”