While Ghost of Tsushima doesn’t have a typical crafting system, you’re still going to come across items and materials you’ll need to trade and exchange with other characters in the game. Linen is one such material, and if you’re not careful, you can run out just when you need some on your adventure. In this guide, we’ll run you through how to get linen in Ghost of Tsushima and what it’s used for.
Getting Linen in Ghost of Tsushima
Your best bet for getting linen in Ghost of Tsushima is to simply explore around urban areas. Namely, exploring abandoned buildings seems to be the best way to bolster your linen supplies.
Linen is white in color and can be quite easily spotted. It’ll also flash like all other materials when you’re nearby. At this point walk over to it and press R2 to pick it up and add it to your supplies.
What It’s Used For
Just like other materials that you can get in Ghost of Tsushima, you’ll need Linen in order to get upgrades or other items from traders in the game. You can also sell Linen for Supplies. Specifically, Linen is used for trading and dealing with the Armorer in Ghost of Tsushima. The other materials that the Armorer may require in order to do you a service are the following:
Items or upgrades can require a combination of the above, or just a large amount of one and not the other. We advise picking up all items that you spot while out on your adventure whenever you see them. They’re never all that difficult to find, but it’ll save you some time having to search for them if you’ve always got a healthy stash of each.
That’s everything you need to know on linen in Ghost of Tsushima. For more guides, head on over to our Ghost of Tsushima wiki. You can check out more of our coverage on the game below.
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