Sucker Punch has bad news for fans of their latest samurai adventure. In the latest patch notes published on the PlayStation Blog for patch 2.18 Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut There is something interesting happening on PS5. Amid the usual bug fixes and other patch notes, the game has hidden bad news. According to the patch, the game’s development is largely complete, at least for now.
The patch notes state that the company is not actively working on new patches or content. Although there is still a small glimmer of hope. The developers say they will “continue to monitor feedback on the community-run Gotlegends subreddit and messages sent to @SuckerPunchProd on Twitter for any bugs or high-priority issues that arise.”
This change would mean that no future expansions or major changes to the game are planned and are unlikely to be announced just yet if that is the case. But in all likelihood, Sucker Punch has already moved the majority of employees to new projects. Given the scope of this game, we may have to wait some time for news of new games coming out of the studio.
The notes continue, “We want to say a huge THANK YOU to the entire community for the incredible amount of support and feedback we’ve received since launch. When Legends launched in October 2020, we never expected to have such an active community more than a year and a half later and we couldn’t be more grateful to everyone who has been with us on this journey!”
The move makes sense when you think about it. This is a niche single player game that has been around for a while. The game has been out for a while and has received a multitude of updates since launch. And with the positive critical reception and sales it’s garnered, there’s a small glimmer of hope for a return to the game someday. But for now, the future remains uncertain.
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