Going back to checkout with the Director’s Cut generates very mixed reviews among users of the magazine.
There has been no room for debate. 94% of 3DJuegos users have been critical of PlayStation’s decision to charge for the PS5 adaptation of Ghost of Tsushima in its Director’s Cut, expressing among their comments the concern that this situation will increase and affect others video games that can make the leap.
“It doesn’t make sense that they bother to make a free multiplayer mode as a ‘thank you’ for the great reception that the game had and now they want to make us buy the game twice“, stated in his message JechtFFX, an opinion repeated several times by users, highlighting the risk for the PlayStation brand that the standardization of these launch policies may entail.
Sometimes it is better to invest in the affection of the users than in making money at all costsXxsuekilloxx“I have been a PlayStation player since 1999 and today I say enough. The path they are taking is not the one I need as a user. I still do not have a PS5 and I do not plan to have it, with this I have ended my cycle on PlayStation “, complained Budawise88.” I think that sometimes it is better to invest in the ethical benefit and the affection of the users, doing things well and giving them an incentive, than to obtain a profit peak at all costs, “added Xxsuekilloxx in this regard, who asks the company for gestures.
In general, the debate among users went through analyzing whether there was a technical justification to make users go through the box again, more in a video game that already has some performance improvements when running from PS5. Of course, there have also been users who have tried to justify the measure, while others have recalled the rise in prices of the PS5 software compared to the PS4.
Finally, CharlyChin recalled how difficult it is today to buy a launch video game. “Better wait a bit for the full editions with the included DLCs to come out“Something that several of his fellow forum members agree on. Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut will hit stores on August 24th.
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