After rumours emerged about a potential Ghost of Tsushima expansion - believed to be called Ghost of Ikishima - a new ESRB rating has just emerged for "Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut". While this listing doesn't state any particular changes, it does confirm a native PS5 version is on the way.
Considering the name given, we'd expect this would have a bundling of the original game with any previous updates. Potentially, that could include the rumoured expansion, though this is purely speculative. It's also worth noting that unlike the PS4 version, this ESRB rating doesn't list any in-game purchases on PS5.
Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut Rated For PS4 and PS5
It follows on from speculation about a potential Ghost of Tsushima PC port, when fans spotted that an updated box art no longer included "only on PlayStation". Even if a PS5 version is imminent, there'd be no reason to change that, so we may learn more soon alongside the rest.
Elsewhere, it's been a busy day for Sony news, one which has seen them acquire Finnish developers Housemarque within the wider PlayStation family, alongside PlayStation Japan leaking a similar acquisition for Bluepoint Games. As always, we'll keep you informed when we hear more.