Ghost of Tsushima: Legends becomes a separate game

Ghost of Tsushima: Legends becomes a separate game

Ghost of Tsushima got the cooperative Legends mode last year, with missions for up to four players. Although the game was primarily praised for its single-player campaign, the co-op performance was an interesting extension, and the best thing was that it wasn’t a paid DLC but Legends was given for free if you bought Ghost of Tsushima.

With the arrival of the Director’s Cut version, the Legends mode will also be supplemented with new content. But unlike single-player content, the new legends missions will be free for everyone - even if you don’t upgrade GoT to the Director’s Cut version.

The novelty will be Rivals, a new mode that will appear in the game from September 3. It is a kind of horde mode, with the fact that it is set up so that the two teams fight over who will survive longer, or kill as many monsters as possible. Opposing teams can sabotage each other, for example by sending curses at each other and blocking the purchase of items during breaks, drawing on other people's health, and the like.

The novelty will also be that Ghost of Tsushima: Legends mod will be available for purchase separately. If someone doesn’t need the entire Director’s Cut with a single-player component, they’ll be able to buy only a cooperative component with all the co-op content for $ 19.99. And in case they change their mind after purchasing Legends and want to buy the whole game, they will be able to unlock the single-player campaign and expansion for an additional $ 50 (PS4) and $ 60 (PS5), respectively.

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