Unique Co-Op Mode and New Game+ Will Be Available for GHOST OF TSUSHIMA on October 16
Sucker Punch and Sony have some great news for all fans of the critically acclaimed Ghost of Tsushima, as its fresh co-op and long-awaited New Game+ modes will make their debut on October 16 via a free update.
According to the team behind Infamous: Second Son, Ghost of Tsushima: Legends will feature new missions for two and four players, allowing all fans of the base game to embark on an online-focused journey and fight various monstrosities inspired by Japanese folk tales and mythology side-by-side with their friends.
Legends and NG+ won't be the only new features introduced with ver. 1.1, as it will also bring a new type of flower to the project (the Ghost Flower that can be earned only in NG+ and exchanged for never-before-seen armour dyes and other fresh gear) as well as the much appreciated option to enable Armor Loadouts.
Be sure to take a closer look the four unique character classes in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends down below:
- Assassin: If you prefer doing massive damage with a single attack, you’ll love the Assassin. The Shadow Strike ultimate attack will allow you to teleport across the battlefield and directly strike your enemies. If that’s not intimidating enough, wait until you see the terrifying masks the Assassin gets to wear!
- Hunter: As a Hunter, you can stand on the edge of combat and snipe enemies before they even see you. You can also use explosive arrows to slow down groups, and when the combat gets really fierce, the Eye of Uchitsune ultimate attack will unleash multiple arrows straight at your enemies’ heads.
- Ronin: Ronin players can revive their entire team with the Breath of Izanami ultimate ability. You might play Ronin because you want to help your human friends… or you might do it because the Ronin class is also able to summon a Spirit Dog. (And yes, you can ABSOLUTELY pet your Spirit Dog!).
- Samurai: Samurai players can run straight toward combat and stay there, sustaining their health while chopping enemies down left and right. When you’re overwhelmed, use the Hachiman’s Fury ultimate attack to slash through enemies in a flurry of strikes.
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