Update 1.07 aims to fix potential drift and deadzone issues on your controller.
Last month’s Ghost of Tsushima was a big boon for Sony and developer Sucker Punch. The open world samurai tale was mostly well-received and a big seller across all regions. It was also announced that the game would be getting a supernatural-themed co-op mode this Fall, which you can read more about through here, but in the meantime a smaller update just dropped that could have impact on those whose controllers are not 100%.
Update 1.07 has dropped and while it includes your standard bug fixes as you’d expect, it also came with something else interesting. Apparently, you can now increase your stick tolerance. It’s aimed at those whose controllers have some drift or deadzone issues, meaning you theoretically can play everything as intended even if your controller has those issues.
Ghost of Tsushima is available now for PlayStation 4 with the 1.07 update live now. Ghost of Tsushima: Legends will release as a free update for owners of the base game this Fall.
Patch 1.07 for #GhostOfTsushima is now live, including a new option to increase stick tolerance to account for drift or deadzone issues, and various additional bug fixes. pic.twitter.com/lRuRMPGia5
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