Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut Delisted in Numerous Countries on Steam
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Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut Delisted in Numerous Countries on Steam

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

As gamers eagerly awaited the arrival of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut on PC, excitement quickly turned to disappointment for players in around 180 countries. The Steam listing for the highly anticipated port has been delisted, leaving many fans puzzled and frustrated.

Following the recent Helldivers 2 account-linking debacle, where Sony faced backlash for requiring Steam and PlayStation Network account linking, it seems history is repeating itself with Ghost of Tsushima. The reasoning behind the delisting remains unclear, but speculations point towards the game’s co-op mode, Legends, necessitating PSN account linking for multiplayer functionality.

Interestingly, Japan was initially included in the list of delisted countries before being reinstated. This back and forth only adds to the confusion surrounding the situation. While accessing the single-player campaign does not require a PSN account on PC, the restrictions on purchasing the game still stand.


With the launch of Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut scheduled for May 16th on both Steam and the Epic Games Store, affected players are left in the dark about when, or if, the situation will be resolved. The anticipation for the PC release has now been overshadowed by these unforeseen obstacles.


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