It’s your last chance to unlock this Ghost of Tsushima DLC

Ghost of Tsushima players have one day left to claim four pieces of time-limited DLC added to the game just before Christmas.

It’s your last chance to unlock four bundles of cosmetics that were added to the Ghost of Tsushima: Legends co-op mode. These include an accessory and skin for each of the four current player classes including Samurai, Hunter, Ronin, and Assassin.


What’s particularly interesting about this DLC is that all cosmetic gear is based on popular PlayStation exclusive franchises. As shown in the tweet below, we see some familiar PlayStation icons hit the Tsushima catwalk.

They include a Samurai helm and armour inspired by God of War, a Hunter banner and armour inspired by Horizon: Zero Dawn, a Ronin hat and garb inspired by Bloodborne, and finally an Assassin helm and armour inspired by Shadow of the Colossus.

Honestly, they all look pretty cool in-game and don’t clash too harshly with the other class cosmetics you can earn.

Players have until January 15th to unlock the four PlayStation outfits. Time may be running out but they’re easy enough to unlock, especially if you follow a certain method.

What’s next for Ghost of Tsushima?

You’ll need to simply complete a mission with a character class to unlock their time-limited costume to your wardrobe. Note that not all four classes are available when you start Ghost of Tsushima: Legends so you’ll need to do some grinding if you want all four PlayStation DLC skins.

The quickest way to unlock all four is to play the shortest story mission, Severed Hearts, once with each class. You don’t have to dial up the difficulty to earn these rewards so to make the process even faster, you can select easy and plough straight through the mission.

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  1. Hmm, I got Tsushima for Christmas but planned to wait to get a PS5 this month before playing it. Guess I’ll be installing it tomorrow and grinding these out. Are they reasonably easy to solo?

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