Ghost of Tsushima: Legends’: One thing You Need to Know Before starting Multiplayer Mode

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Ghost of Tsushima: Legends’: One thing You Need to Know Before starting Multiplayer Mode
Ghost of Tsushima: Legends’: One thing You Need to Know Before starting Multiplayer Mode

Gaming has taken away the youth’s sleep nowadays.

Agree?

To a certain extent yes, definitely. And Sucker Punch Productions is adding fuel to it.

It has brought free DLC update Legends a few days ago, also brought in a new game plus multiplayer mode also added a new story and some well-crafted add ons to the new features.

What more is needed to love the game?

It will give the viewers a perfectly spooky experience, the Legends version will be presenting a Multiplayer mode, it is crafted on a supernatural side of Japanese Mythology, something that was not present in the others.

Ghost of Tsushima is a mix of a dash of Yokai, oni, and the demonic thrown into the mix.  Goyen the storyteller is narrating the story, Greg Baldwin is giving the voice over.

There is a choice of playing two-player co-op story missions or four-player survival missions against a pool of enemies. 

Ghost of Tsushima: Legends’: One thing You Need to Know Before starting Multiplayer Mode
Ghost of Tsushima: Legends’: One thing You Need to Know Before starting Multiplayer Mode

It will be great fun!

There is a wide variety of characters and they come as classes Samurai Hunter, Ronin, Assassin, all of them have their own attacking skills and abilities.

Only thing is that you cannot change classes once you choose any of them, you cannot even cancel out.

The only way back is to go forward. So here are some tips that you need to follow, Firstly, one should choose a class one is comfortable with. Secondly, one should always start with a two-player story mode and then level up.

Thirdly, One should always keep some gear in the reverse and feel free to change it up. Fourthly, one should be aware of the daily challenges. And the best info is, A player gets rewarded with in-game currency one uses to buy technique points.

Superfluous, isn’t it?

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