Ghost of Tsushima on PC has been lukewarmly bombarded with reviews on Steam. Those affected by restrictions are outraged by the lack of widespread support

Ghost of Tsushima on PC has been lukewarmly bombarded with reviews on Steam. Those affected by restrictions are outraged by the lack of widespread support
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Not all regions on PC via Steam have received the Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut. Gamers are not pleased with this.

Following a controversy surrounding the requirement to link PC accounts to PlayStation Network services, the highly anticipated cooperative game Helldivers 2 was temporarily taken off the market in regions where PSN is not yet accessible. A similar situation occurred with Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut – the game is unavailable for purchase in over 170 countries, and individuals who successfully pre-ordered it have started receiving automatic refunds.

Several users who successfully obtained Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut have chosen to express their dissatisfaction on Steam, focusing on the policies of Sony PlayStation rather than the game’s actual quality.

One of the authors of negative reviews is extremely displeased with the game’s reception.

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It’s clear that the community only comes together when everyone is facing hardship, but when only a few are suffering, the rest seem indifferent. With an impressive 85%+ positive reviews and a peak online presence of over 50k, it’s clear that this is a professional operation. Reviews that heavily criticize PSN and receive a lot of thumbs up are particularly noteworthy. By following these steps, you’ll become so skilled that you won’t even need PSN to enjoy playing alone. Eventually, Sony may even introduce a new launcher where their games from Steam will be available. Impressive, guys. Absolutely fantastic!

However, the influx of reviews on Steam was disappointingly slow: Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut received a slightly lower rating compared to Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition Game.

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