Ghost Of Tsushima Update 1.18 – Patch Notes on December 18

Ghost Of Tsushima Update 1.18 – Patch Notes on December 18

Sucker Punch has released a new update for Ghost of Tsushima. We’ll show you which bugs were fixed in the Legends Update on December 18.

The Ghost of Tsushima Update 1.18 is now available for download, the file size is around 1 GB.

 

Ghost of Tsushima Patch Notes 1.18

There are no patch notes yet, and it seems that there won’t be any. Sucker Punch says the following about patch 1.18:



Today, we released patch 1.18 for Ghost of Tsushima. In addition to a few minor bug fixes, this patch includes a new set of tools in order to address two things we’ve heard loud and clear from Ghost of Tsushima: Legends players – first, that you’d like some assistance in filling out your party for the Raid, and second, users quitting mid-match is impacting the experience in Survival missions.

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  1. Swordfish December 28, 2020 | Reply

    Los graficos son muy buenos pero no entiendo como juegos que tienen mas de 20 años (por ejemplo 007 para nintendo 64) puedes disparar y quedan marcas en las paredes o en este caso las flechas y en Ghost Of Tsushima no queda nada de nada de lo que dispares con el arco, las flechas no existen.

    traduccion google traslate español a ingles:
    The graphics are very good but I don’t understand how games that are more than 20 years old (for example 007 for nintendo 64) you can shoot and there are marks on the walls or in this case the arrows and in Ghost Of Tsushima there is nothing left of anything. that you shoot with the bow, arrows do not exist.

  2. Gregory S Killmaster December 18, 2020 | Reply

    Great! Great about the party raid change. And please, if at all possible, consider allowing combat animation interruption with new button presses. I struggle to get the combo timing down when I have to wait for the previous animation to finish. Still the most fun combat I’ve played but this knocks it down a notch. Would be the greatest masterpiece of visceral combat if it could do this. Bloodborne was able to do this so I’m hoping you all can. Probably more to it than meets the eye but I can hope!

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