Jin Sakai begins his journey as an honorable samurai, but to defeat his enemies who threaten his home, he must travel a more dishonorable path using stealth and hitting from the shadows.The Mongols faced initially must be shot down using a samurai̵
Time follows Jin’s journey and starts much calmer. However, if the player chooses to use the Ghost path more as the game progresses, the storms become more frequent and the areas will become a little darker, parallel to Jin’s evolution.
It’s important to remember that players can choose to change the tempo at any time with their flute, but that’s a nice touch for a game that doesn’t have a traditional morality meter.For more information on Ghost of Tsushima, check out our review, the latest update that adds a new fix and additional accessibility options, and our spoiled chat about everything about Ghost of Tsushima with Sucker Punch’s Jason Connell.
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