New Ghost Of Tsushima Patch Addresses Gear Drops, Player Disconnects, And More
Now that the Ghost of Tsushima: Legends DLC has been out for a few weeks now, developer Sucker Punch is ready to make a few tweaks and address some of the bugs that have popped up since the expansion’s release. Dubbed as patch 1.15, the latest Ghost of Tsushima update takes aim at gear drop adjustments, various bug fixes, and addresses player disconnects.
Ghost of Tsushima developer Sucker Punch recently took to Twitter to break down what to expect in patch 1.15. Devoid of any new content, the update instead makes an adjustment to drop rates within the recently released Tale of Iyo raid, making it so that Ki 105 gear is more likely to drop for players that meet or exceed that particular gear level.
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 🎮 Legends Raid OUT NOW! (@SuckerPunchProd) November 7, 2020
Also included in the patch is various bug fixes centered around the Legends DLC, though the developer fails to go into detail regarding what’s been fixed. The same goes for the bit at the end about an issue that was causing disconnects for some users, though that should provide some relief for those affected even without any explanation as to what the issue was.
Ghost of Tsushima is now available for PS4 and soon on PS5 via backward compatibility.
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