Ghost Of Tsushima Update Adds Costumes Based On Bloodborne, God Of War, And More

A new update for Ghost of Tsushima lets you snag some snazzy homages to other PlayStation franchises in the Legends multiplayer mode.

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Ghost of Tsushima received a surprise update paying homage to some of Sony's other popular games and franchises. The 1.18 update adds new Legends search options, but the much more eye-grabbing part is new Legends costumes modeled after God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, Shadow of the Colossus, and Bloodborne.

According to Sucker Punch, the patch also adds new options to search for Legends players. You can put in parameters like Bonus Objective goals and microphones while looking for matches to fill out your party in Nightmare Store/Survival missions and Raid chapters.

And thanks to the costumes, you can look stylish while doing it. Through January 15 you can claim the four special outfits. You just have to complete any Story or Survival mission with each of the classes, and you'll get them all.

Sucker Punch introduced the multiplayer Legends mode to Tsushima, which had previously been a single-player only game, in October. The announcement came as a surprise because the studio had never mentioned that a multiplayer mode was even in the works until shortly before it was released. It followed up shortly after by introducing Raids.

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