Ghost of Tsushima Update 2.11 Patch Notes For Today, September 29

By Dean James

September 29, 2021

Ghost of Tsushima recently received its Director’s Cut upgrade and now update 2.11 has arrived for the game today, September 29, for which we now have the patch notes as well.

Serving as one of the last true PlayStation 4 first party exclusives prior to the launch of the PlayStation 5 last year, Ghost of Tsushima quickly won gamers over.

About a year later, Suckerpunch Productions released an upgraded form known as Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut and they are continuing to support the game even further with additional updates as well.

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Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut | Launch Trailer

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut | Launch Trailer

Prior Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut Patches

This isn’t even the first update since the launch of Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut last month, but the third now. The most recent one prior to this was pretty basic though, as it was just a hotfix for a few issues.

Before that was one with additional fixes, as Suckerpunch is doing a good job at fixing any issues relatively quickly

Ghost of Tsushima Update 2.11 Patch Notes for September 29

The new patch for Ghost of Tsushima update 2.11 has arrived and should auto-update for those that have the automatic updates setting activated on their system.

Otherwise, you’re going to have to download the update when you try to start the game. According to the Ghost of Tsushima Fandom Wiki, the file size for the update is 1.858 as reported from a PS4 Pro.

Suckerpunch shared the patch notes for the update itself through their official Twitter page, which stated the following:

  • Adds UI to track Common Courtesy trophy progress
  • Fixes Remote Play touchpad gestures
  • Boosts Trials of Iyo rewards
  • Restores NG+ cosmetics missing in Legends for some users
  • Other bug fixes and adjustments

As you can see, this latest update for Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut isn’t all that big overall. It’s mostly a few fixes that are mentioned as well as mention of non-specific bug fixes and adjustments.

For those that have not upgraded to Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, you can still do so at any time.

Upgrading to the Director’s Cut version on PS4 itself will cost you $20, while upgrading from the base version on PS4 to the Director’s Cut version on PS5 will cost you $30. In addition, you can upgrade the Director’s Cut on PS4 to PS5 for $10 if you happen to already have that version.

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Dean James

Dean has been a lifelong gamer ever since he got an SNES as his first game system and has continued to stay passionate about gaming ever since. He has always had a soft spot for most anything Nintendo, especially related to The Legend of Zelda and Mario series. Beyond that, he loves a variety of different games across all platforms, ranging from RPGs like Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts to sports titles like MLB The Show.

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