Ghost Of Tsushima Legends only just recently dropped on 16 October 2020, and Sucker Punch has revealed that more than two million matches were played in its very first weekend alone. That’s an impressive feat.
Ghost Of Tsushima Legends will also be receiving more content and updates, including:
Ghost Of Tsushima Legends Raids
If you’ve been playing Ghost Of Tsushima Legends, you’ll notice that the one of the game’s modes has been locked. Well, not for much longer.
The developer has confirmed that The Tale Of Iyo Raids will be available starting on 30 October 2020. The Tale Of Iyo is described as the conclusion to the two-player Story Mode, and as such, it is expectedly endgame content.
This Raid is divided into three chapters and requires a full team of four Ghosts. However, it’s worth noting that The Tale Of Iyo raids will not support matchmaking, you’ll need to arrange your team ahead of time and be ready to jump in together.
The developer also recommends players to be at least at Ki Level 100 minimum before taking on The Tale Of Iyo Raids.
Starting at 8am PT (or 11pm GMT+8 for Southeast Asian countries) every Friday, Ghost Of Tsushima Legends will feature a new two-player Story mission and four-player Survival mission with specific weekly modifiers.
The teams with the highest scores will be featured on weekly leaderboards, one for the Story mission and one for the Survival mission. These missions are Nightmare Difficulty and will be very difficult.
A new patch is also coming to Ghost Of Tsushima today.
Here are the main fixes you can expect:
- Resolved a bug causing frequent Network Error pop-ups
- Resolved a bug preventing the Platinum Trophy armour dye from appearing in New Game+
- Resolved a bug that caused some users to become stuck in the Legends tutorial
- Added support for PlayStation™ Network “Players Met” functionality to Legends
- Various bug and crash fixes
You can check out our review of the game here.