Ghost of Tsushima has received a brand new update that deals with loot tables and allows players to enjoy playing the game more. From what it seems, Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima update 1.15 tweaks the drop rate of some high-level gear accordingly to the player’s Ki. This applies to both The Tale of Iyo raid and other Nightmare story missions, as players with Ki of 105 or above will have more substantial drops.
Why does this encourage the grind? Well, players will no longer suffer their way through the game for a solid gear piece. All of the gear power should be much more adequate by now, and Ghost of Tsushima’s Legends update have a lot more purpose.
Among other changes, some bugs were also addressed, namely those that caused users to disconnect randomly. Below you can find the official statement of Ghost of Tsushima’s 1.15 update:
Patch 1.15 for #GhostOfTsushima is now live. Adjusted gear drops in Nightmare Story missions and The Tale of Iyo chapters so Ki 105 gear is more likely to drop for players 105 and above. Various Legends bug fixes, including disconnects for some users, have also been improved.
— Ghost of Tsushima 🎮 Sucker Punch Productions (@SuckerPunchProd) November 7, 2020
Ghost of Tsushima: Legends now have a co-op multiplayer, allowing players to grind their new story missions and tackle the raid together.
The next big move in Ghost of Tsushima’s timeline is the next-gen upgrade, which will become available with the PS5 launch on November 12.