‘Ghost of Tsushima Legends’: How classes might work

Ghost of Tsushima Legends is easily one of the talks of the gaming community. This cooperative multiplayer mode for Ghost of Tsushima will certainly be a smash hit when it launches later this year.

Since being revealed earlier this week, fans can’t help but talk about the upcoming Ghost of Tsushima LegendsNot only is the game mode free, but it’s also going to bring an entirely new take on Ghost of Tsushima.

The main characters of the new mode aren’t Jin Sakai and his allies. Instead, the story will be about four legends whose tales have been told by the people of Tsushima. Each of the characters will represent a certain class, and here’s how they might work in the game.


The Samurai class is most likely going to be very similar to Jin’s playstyle in the base game. This might mean that he’ll have the same moves and animations. To keep things fresh, there’s a chance that the developers might also introduce some new moves for the Samurai class to use.

One advantage of the Samurai class is that it could also access the five samurai stances available in the base game.


The Ronin could be highly similar to the Samurai class.

In Ghost of Tsushima, the Ronins are some of the toughest foes standing in Jin’s way. They are characterized for their slick movement, which accommodates kicks as well.


The Hunter class in Ghost of Tsushima Legends could be focusing more on ranged combat. This is already available in the base game. This class is most likely going to be given bonuses for using the longbow and shortbow. Since Jin is already adept at using bows in the main game, players will feel at home with the hunter class.

The Hunter class might be given the added ability to track enemies as well.


The Assassin class is going to be based on the Ghost playstyle. It’s going to make use of the various ninja tools available in the base game. Moreover, there’s going to be a huge emphasis on stealth kills and sleuthing while playing as the Assassin.

Ghost of Tsushima Legends releases later this fall for free. On top of that, the game is going to have no microtransactions as well, so players don’t have to worry about paying extra. This is one mode that fans of Ghost of Tsushima shouldn’t worry about.

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