Ghost of Tsushima Legends new map out now, another coming next week

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Ghost of Tsushima Legends has got a new map for players to survive in, with the Survival map Twilight & Ashes out now. In addition, Sucker Punch has confirmed that a map based on the Iki island expansion will be available on October 1st, and that map is called Blood & Steel. Remember all of this content is free, regardless of which version of Ghost of Tsushima you may have. You can see a screenshot of Twilight & Ashes below.

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Recently, Ghost of Tsushima Legends received a new mode called Rivals, adding a competitive edge to the co-operative expansion. Instead of placing you all in the same arena, Ghost of Tsushima Rivals has both teams enter their own identical gauntlet. It’s here that you’ll hunt packs of demonised Mongol soldiers, each one dropping a resource called Magamata. This ethereal currency has two purposes. You can spend it at shrines, dropping temporary distractions and curses into your rivals’ gauntlet. For example, you can lengthen the time it takes them to revive one another, shorten their max health, or even bombard them with fire arrows from the menacing hwacha.

In March, a Ghost of Tsushima movie was confirmed with John Wick director Chad Stahelski taking the helm. By November last the year the game had sold over five million copies and hold the record for Sony’s fastest selling debut IP.  In our review for Ghost of Tsushima, I wrote:

Ghost of Tsushima is an artistic triumph, capturing a real cinematic feel through its visuals, immersive world and soundtrack. However, Jin is a serviceable main character and he and his journey to save Tsushima is often overshadowed by secondary characters and smaller, more personal stories found in the side quests. Throw in some formulaic missions and an awkward user interface, and Ghost of Tsushima is at times more style than substance.
You can read the full review here.
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