How players can get these outfits is by playing Story and/or Survival missions with each class, doing so will unlock all four outfits:
Outfits inspired by iconic PlayStation characters come to Ghost of Tsushima.
Unlock wearable homages to God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, Shadow of the Colossus, and Bloodborne by completing a Story or Survival mission with each class before January 15. pic.twitter.com/VCbBc7Virh
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) December 18, 2020
Players will have from now until January 15, 2021 to earn the unlockable outfits, making this a pretty cool little event to celebrate other PlayStation-exclusive titles. It’s not Bloodborne 2 (we can dream), but it is a fun way to keep that brutal love going a little more.
Ghost of Tsushima is available now on PlayStation. We loved our time with Jin, and even post-review we loved our time with the multiplayer additions! In our review, we gave it a 9.5! You can check that out right here, with a small blurb below:
Ghost of Tsushima captures the mystique, fierce violence, and barely contained emotional angst of the great samurai films. The line of inspiration is clearly purposeful; Sucker Punch included a gorgeous “Kurosawa Mode,” which sets a black-and-white, film-grain, audio-treated effect that doubles down on the classic cinematic vibe. It’s well worth turning on, if only for a few missions. But even beyond that cool feature, this is a game that nails the aesthetic it’s shooting for, firmly establishing itself as the medium’s defining samurai saga.
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