Sucker Punch Productions has released a new cooperative multiplayer mode for Ghost of Tsushima on PS4 called Ghost of Tsushima: Legends. The new version 1.12 update can be downloaded now and if you’re wondering what the Ghost of Tsushima Legends update size is, here’s what you need to know.
Update Size for Ghost of Tsushima Legends
To download the new update for the multiplayer modes, you will need about 8.9 gigabytes of free space on your PS4 console. If you don’t have free space for it to download, you will not be able to check out the new cooperative modes.
To free up space on your console, you can either delete some games that are downloaded to your console or other apps that might be taking up space. Just hover over the game on your PS4 home screen, hit the Options button on your controller, and then hit Delete. And don’t worry, you can always re-download the game from your library.
It’s worth noting that the new multiplayer modes for Ghost of Tsushima are completely separate from the main single-player story mode. You get to choose one of four classes (Samurai, Hunter, Ronin, and Assassin) and build your legend to unlock new abilities, gear, and armor as you fight with your friends online in missions that are inspired by Japanese mythology.
Also, because of how often games are patched nowadays, the file size for Ghost of Tsushima can get even bigger if the developers continue to release fixes/updates for the game in the future.
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