How do you start the Tales of Iki in Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut?

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Sucker Punch Productions has released Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut out into the wild and we can't wait to dive back into Tsushima in 4K with 60 FPS. That isn't the only thing the Director's Cut is good for though - there's a new story expansion to play through too on both the PS4 and the PS5 version of the Director's Cut! If you want to know how you can start the Iki Island Expansion, we have everything you need to know right here.

How to start on the Iki Island Expansion...

Starting the Iki Island Expansion is as easy as it is to start any other storyline in Ghost of Tsushima, really - however, there are a few things you need to know before you try.

First things first, you'll need to completely finish Act One of Ghost of Tsushima's main story. Once you've unlocked the Toyotama Region of Tsushima - the second section of the in-game map - you'll be able to access the Iki Island Expansion.

Ghost of Tsushima Start Iki Island Expansion
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TOYOTAMA IS BEAUTIFUL - ArtStation Credit: Lisa Liao

Image Credit: Lisa Liao ArtStation

Following this, all you need to do is the following...

  • Open the Pause Menu and select the Journal Tab from the Menu;
  • A Notification Pop-Up should alert you that the Tales of Iki are now available;
    • This will only occur if you've finished Act One and reached the Toyomata Region;
  • Then, select Tales of Iki and then Journey into the Past from the Journal Tab Menu;
    • This will change your current Objective and you will be able to use the Guiding Wind feature to follow the new Objective to the start point for the Iki Island Expansion.

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut is introducing a brand-new story expansion to Ghost of Tsushima alongside several additional cosmetic items and content for Ghost of Tsushima: Legends. In addition to this, the PS5 version of Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut will benefit from faster loading times, 4K Resolution, 60 FPS gameplay, DualSense support, and more.