Ghost of Tsushima Legends is a brand-new multiplayer experience that includes four-player horde missions and two-player story missions. There’s lots of gear to collect, levels to rank up, and four different classes to choose from. When you boot up the new mode, the game will make you choose one of the classes and you’ll be stuck with it for a couple of missions. So if you need help picking your first class, here are the best classes ranked in Ghost of Tsushima Legends.
Now, before we dive into my personal recommendations, it’s worth noting that you can equip any type of gear to all four classes. The only thing that differs between the four of them are their special techniques. With that being said, let’s go into what we would call the lower-tiered class in the group.
#4 – Ronin
Best Classes in Ghost of Tsushima Legends
I dig Ronin’s design and his healing can prove to be helpful at times, but his ultimate ability goes unused when I’ve played as him and there are lots of other ways to heal in the survival mission maps.
You can bang on healing drums, purchase health from the shrine, use an ability to heal, or find it on the ground. And when you get downed in Ghost of Tsushima Legends, you can easily get revived in two seconds.
Ronin’s ultimate ability revives all teammates who are downed, which, you know, sounds fantastic in theory but it’s hard to properly utilize. I would much rather have a healing ultimate ability or one that can kill a couple of enemies and not one that relies on the entire team being killed in battle.
Of course, Ronin does get some really useful techniques down the line that are awesome, but as a pick for the first class, I would skip him if I were you.
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