Ghost Of Tsushima Update Adds New Text Options, Enhances Traveler’s Attire, And More
Just a little over a week since the last Ghost of Tsushima update, a new patch is now live that brings with it just a few more goodies for the fan base to enjoy. Listed by Sucker Punch as Ghot of Tsushima patch 1.06, the new update offers additional text accessibility options, enhancements to the ever-popular Traveler’s Attire set, and a few bug fixes.
Sucker Punch took to its official website to detail what to expect from the patch, revealing that the Traveler’s Attire will now add new audio and visual cues to better help pinpoint nearby collectibles. Until now players were for the most part just using gusts of wind and controller vibration to locate collectibles, so this should help lessen the search time.
As with the previous Ghost of Tsushima patch, new text accessibility options have been added to include more prompts and objective text. Bug fixes round out the patch, with the developer focusing on a few game-breaking issues this time around. Here are the full patch notes:
- – The Traveler’s Attire has been enhanced to add new visual and audio cues hinting at nearby collectibles. These cues can replace or augment controller vibration in order to offer a better, more accessible experience
- – Expanded Large Text accessibility option to also include additional prompts and objective text
- – Addressed a bug where users could encounter a black screen preventing progress in certain tales
- – Addressed a bug where users could become stuck in some Yarikawa tales
- – Additional bug and crash fixes
Ghost of Tsushima is now available exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
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