From the eurogamer article
But what if you already own Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut on PS4, and you want to upgrade to Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut on PS5, perhaps down the line when you manage to buy one of the hard-to-get consoles? That’ll cost you £9.
Here, Sony is putting a price on what it considers to be the value of the PS5-exclusive features it’s adding to Ghost of Tsushima. What do you get for your £9? Here’s the official list, as it’s set out on the PlayStation Store:
Dynamic 4K resolution targeting 60fps DualSense haptic feedback and adaptive trigger resistance 3D audio with stereo headphones (analogue or USB) Lip sync for Japanese voiceover Ability to transfer PS4 saved progress to PS5 game
There’s been a vociferous debate about the rights and wrongs of this move by Sony. It’s already a sorry situation where Sony locks next-gen features behind a Director’s Cut paywall, but £9 for improved 3D audio, DualSense support, and Japanese lip sync feels grubby.