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Ghost of Tsushima’s Weather Will Change Based on Your Playstyle
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Ghost of Tsushima’s Weather Will Change Based on Your Playstyle

Ghost of Tsushima features a dynamic weather machine that occurs in real-time as Jin Sakai is working to save his homeland from the invading Mongols. On the opposite hand, it has been revealed that extra storms will happen as Jin goes deeper down the Ghost path.Speaking to Gamespot, Ghost of Tsushima creative director Nate Fox explained that, “The game is definitely scripted to present extra storms as you accomplish things which are extraordinarily Ghost driven.”Jin Sakai begins his chase as an honorable samurai, but to defeat his enemies that threaten his home, he must walk a extra dishonorable path by using stealth and striking from the shadows.Mongols faced early on are meant to be taken down by using the abilities of a samurai, but Ghost of Tsushima gradually unlocks Ghost talents for you as the peril ramps up and naturally encourages players to embrace this diversified way.The weather follows Jin’s chase, and begins grand calmer. But, if the player chooses to make the most of the Ghost path extra as the game progresses, the storms transform extra frequent and areas will transform a bit darker, which runs in parallel to Jin’s evolution.It be important to bear in mind that players can maintain to change the weather at any point with their flute, but here’s a nice touch to a game that doesn’t feature a traditional morality meter.For extra on Ghost of Tsushima, verify out our review, the latest update that adds a new peril and additional accessibility recommendations, and our spoiler-filled chat about all things Ghost of Tsushima with Sucker Punch’s Jason Connell.
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Adam Bankhurst is a news author for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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