Sucker Punch has confirmed that the upcoming free co-op expansion for Ghost of Tsushima called “Legends” won’t have any microtransactions. It is natural for players to feel a bit concerned when a free update comes their way. Multiplayer + loot + free content often equates to the possibility of in-game purchases. Luckily, that is not the case with Ghost of Tsushima: Legends.
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According to Sucker Punch, players won’t need to spend a cent on the game when it launches later this year.
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Of course, the only thing you will need is a copy of Ghost of Tsushima. The upcoming multiplayer expansion is not a standalone experience. Users will require the main game to play the content. However, players won’t need to purchase anything else other than the game.
Ghost of Tsushima: Legends is an upcoming multiplayer expansion. The content will see players enter two-player and four-player missions and activities with friends. The story is set in a supernatural world filled with Japanese mythological creatures such as Yokai. Players also have their own unique magic and abilities which they can use to take down the waves of enemies.
You can catch up on the announcement here and watch the trailer down below. The expansion is set to arrive sometime before the end of 2020.