Developed by Sucker Punch Productions, Ghost of Tsushima is the latest exclusive game released for the PS4, and is also easily one of the most highly anticipated video game releases of the year. It takes place during the late 13th century, and players will take control of a samurai named Jin, who’s resolved to protect his clan and family during the ongoing Mongol invasion. Here’s how to get and use Sword Kits in Ghost of Tsushima.
Getting and Using Sword Kits in Ghost of Tsushima
Sword Kits are a form of cosmetic item you can get in Ghost of Tsushima, and they’re essentially scabbards for your melee weapons. They have no bearing on the gameplay whatsoever, but they do help to customize Jin’s appearance to some extent and make him feel more unique to your own playthrough.
There are two ways of getting Sword Kits in the game. The first is by completing quests; whenever you hover over a quest icon on your map, you’ll see the reward information, and if you see that a vanity item is available as a reward you could get a new Sword Kit upon quest completion.
The second method is to simply scour the open world for vanity items, and this is made easier by unlocking a skill called Wind of Vanity.
Press Options to bring up the menu, then head over to the skill tree tab. From here, look under the Exploration section and you’ll see a skill called the Wind of Vanity. Once you unlock this, you’ll be able to use the guiding wind mechanic to lead you to nearby vanity items in the open world.
Whenever you have the skill active, all you have to do is swipe up on the PS4 touchpad, and the wind will automatically guide you to the closest vanity item available.
That’s all you need to know about how to get Sword Kits in Ghost of Tsushima. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.
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