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Ghost of Tsushima strategy guide

Our handy guide includes everything you need to become a legendary samurai in Ghost of Tsushima.


Ghost of Tsushima is now available and that means it is finally time for players to dive into the beautiful and visually rich world that Sucker Punch Productions has created. If you’re checking out the latest PlayStation 4 exclusive, then we’re here to help. Below you’ll find an assortment of fantastic guides to assist you on your journey to take down the Mongol horde and save the island of Tsushima.

Last updated July 20 at 1:44 p.m. PDT.

Ghost of Tsushima strategy guide

There is a lot to explore and learn about the world in Ghost of Tsushima. Whether you’re trying to take down a Mongol fort or searching for that next Inari Shrine to add to your collection, there are plenty of secrets for your to find spread across the island of Tsushima, and we’re going to help you find them all.

Ghost of Tsushima guide

In Ghost of Tsushima, players take on the role of Jin Sakai, a Samurai that must think outside of his code of honor when the dreaded Mongol army appears on the island of Tsushima, intent on taking the mainland. Jin will learn new tricks along the way, unlock loads of new gear, armor, and even different combat stances. We’ve broken down all of the information that you need to know about the game in the various links included below, so feel free to take a look and find whatever you need to help you progress.

Guide Link Description
How to get new Stances Stances play a vital role in combat. Make sure you know how to unlock new Stances so you can prioritize increasing the different ways you have to fight the enemy.
How to upgrade weapons Find out how to upgrade weapons by gathering various crafting materials scattered all around the island of Tsushima.
How to farm Flowers fast You'll need Flowers if you want to purchase various customization items. This guide will teach you the quickest way to find and farm Flowers in Ghost of Tsushima.
How to increase Resolve Learn how to find Bamboo Strikes and increase your resolve so that you can heal, complete special moves, and more.
How to increase max health Everything you need to know to increase your maximum health and take more hits before dying in Ghost of Tsushima.
How to unlock new weapons Find out how to unlock new weapons like the Half Bow, Long Bow, and more.
How to upgrade armor Learn how to upgrade Jin Sakai's armor and take advantage of each armor set's special bonuses.
How to change the weather Everything you need to know to start changing the weather for that perfect cinematic shot.
How to learn new flute songs Learn how to unlock additional flute songs which you can then play to change the weather.
How to unlock Charm slots You'll need more Charm slots if you plan on making the most of your build in Ghost of Tsushima. Here's what you need to know.
How to get new charms Find out how to get new charms so you can create a specialized build in Ghost of Tsushima.
White Dye Merchant location Learn how to find the White Dye Merchant and purchase high quality dyes for your armor and gear.
How to get the Grappling Hook Everything you need to know to unlock the Grappling Hook and start scaling new mountains.

Ghost of Tsushima is a PlayStation 4 exclusive developed by Sucker Punch Productions, the studio behind hits like Sly Cooper and the Infamous series. The latest in the company’s line-up, Ghost of Tsushima brings all of the developer’s knowledge and experience working on huge open-world games to the forefront and creates a delightful experience with a deep story that samurai fans are going to love.

We’ll continue to update this Ghost of Tsushima guide with new content throughout the coming weeks. Please check back often for the most up-to-date information.

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