The latest patch for Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut adds a number of new tweaks and fixes, including one that makes a particularly troublesome trophy easier to track.
The ‘Common Courtesy’ trophy requires players to discover and complete all unwritten tales on the Iki Island expansion which was added in the Director’s Cut.
However, some players have struggled to complete this trophy, because the unwritten tales aren’t tracked in Jin’s journal, and aren’t shown anywhere on the map.
This has been addressed with the new version 2.11 patch, which developer Sucker Punch says “adds UI to track Common Courtesy trophy progress”.
The patch also:
- fixes Remote Play touchpad gestures
- boosts Trials of Iyo rewards
- restores NG+ cosmetics missing in Legends for some users
- includes other bug fixes and adjustments
Sucker Punch has been releasing a steady stream of patches for the game, designed to both fix bugs and add quality-of-life improvements for players.
Version 2.09, released earlier this month, “fixed a crash some users were experiencing, resolved an issue with Iki lighthouses, and included adjustments for matchmaking in Legends”.
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.
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.”