The ‘All in the Wrist’ trophy in Ghost of Tsushima asks that you “Defeat the maximum amount of enemies within a single Standoff.” Of course, if you’ve been playing through Sucker Punch’s latest hit, you should know exactly what standoffs are and how to complete them successfully. Defeating the maximum amount of enemies however is a multi-step process that we’ll talk about in this guide. Here’s how to get All in the Wrist trophy in Ghost of Tsushima.
How to Get All in the Wrist Trophy in Ghost of Tsushima
In order to get this trophy in Ghost of Tsushima, you will first need to have obtained the Sakai Clan Armor, which belonged to Jin’s father. If you don’t have it just yet, you can grab it in Act 2 of Ghost of Tsushima during a mainline story mission called Ghosts from the Past. Your objective will be to go back home to Omi Village to recover the armor.
The Sakai Clan Armor provides a major increase of health and attack damage and most importantly, it lets Jin increase his standoff streak the more you upgrade it, which is where the All in the Wrist trophy comes into play.
Next, you’re going to want to fully upgrade that armor set by heading to any armorer near you. You’ll need lots of supplies, linen, leather, and silk, so be sure to collect as many as you can when you see them.
While you fully upgrade that armor, you also need to need to fully upgrade the Standoff skill in the techniques section of the menu. Hit the Options button, scroll to the right with R1 until you get to techniques, and then go to the Ghost section.
You’ll see the standoff skill there on the bottom –you’ll need to use a total of four technique points to unlock all of them.
And finally, the last piece to this trophy puzzle. With the upgraded armor set equipped and the correct skills upgraded, just head on over to any random group of enemies and initiate a standoff with them.
To unlock the All in the Wrist trophy, you’ll need to successfully kill five enemies in a row during a standoff. If you mess up the standoff, just leave to find another group or Mongol-infested location.
And that’s all you need to know about how to get All in the Wrist trophy in Ghost of Tsushima. For more tips and tricks, have a look at our expansive Guide Wiki! You can also search Twinfinite or scroll down for more related content.
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