29 Jul 2021 3:34 PM +00:00

Ghost of Tsushima's Iki Island Expansion Is Similar Size To Izuhara

It's been a month since Sony lifted the lid on Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut. Arriving on PS4 and PS5 next month, the next-gen edition utilises adaptive triggers, haptic feedback, alongside 60fps and 4K resolutions. Most notably though, we've got a new expanded campaign too.

Taking us to Iki Island, many players have wondered how long this expansion will take to complete. Speaking to Push Square in a recent interview, Sucker Punch's creative director Nate Fox had the answer.

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Ghost of Tsushima's Iki Island Expansion Is Similar Size To Izuhara

Advising Iki Island is comparable to Izuhara, the setting for Ghost Of Tsushima's first act, Fox confirmed:

If you're familiar with Ghost of Tsushima, Iki Island is the size of, really, the first act of the main game, Izuhara. It's a big, dense story with a lot of landscape and secrets to discover.

Roughly speaking, Izuhara's open world area takes around 10-20 hours, depending on how much time you spend with the story, side quests and other optional activities. Based off that comparison, it sounds like we're in for a sizeable expansion, and we'll keep you informed as we learn more.