The good news for fans is that there are plenty of important fixes being deployed today by Sucker Punch to improve the Ghost of Tsushima Legends experience.
Patch 1.13 has a list of notes that confirms issues with Legends New Game+ modes are being tackled.
A massive problem gamers have been running into is connected to the Legends tutorial, which can sometimes leave players unable to progress.
This bug has been removed as part of the game’s latest update, which is available to download on PS4 today.
A problem with players not receiving the correct Platinum Trophy armour dye has also been removed, which is good news for New Game players.
Speaking about the recent launch, Sucker Punch revealed just how popular Legends is proving to be among fans, revealing today:
“Thank you to everyone for giving Ghost of Tsushima: Legends such an amazing launch! In just our first weekend, more than 2 million matches were played using online matchmaking!
“We’re thrilled with the enthusiastic response, and so grateful for everyone who’s played so far. We’re excited to continue watching and reading everyone’s streams, posts, and photo mode shares!”
Away from today’s patch notes and Sucker Punch has revealed their plans for a new lineup of weekly challenges.
Starting at 8:00AM Pacific Time every Friday, Sucker Punch will be adding new 2-player Story missions and 4-player Survival missions with specific weekly modifiers.
The teams with the highest scores will be featured on weekly leaderboards, one for the Story mission and one for the Survival mission.
For those wondering what other bugs may have been squashed this week, you can read the full Ghost of Tsushima patch notes below:
We’re excited to confirm that you’ll be able to play The Tale of Iyo beginning on Friday, October 30.
This is the culmination of the story in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, bringing the fight directly to Iyo’s realm. This Raid is divided into three chapters and requires a full team of four Ghosts, as well as excellent coordination and communication.
The Tale of Iyo will not support matchmaking, so you’ll need to arrange your team ahead of time and be ready to jump in together. You’ll want to have your gear at KI level 100 as an absolute minimum before you attempt to take on this challenge.
To get Raid ready, we recommend finishing all Story missions, and replaying Story and Survival on higher difficulties to get higher level gear.
Resolved a bug causing frequent Network Error pop-ups.
Resolved a bug preventing the Platinum Trophy armor dye from appearing in New Game+.
Resolved a bug that caused some users to become stuck in the Legends tutorial.
Added support for PlayStation Network “Players Met” functionality to Legends.
Various bug and crash fixes.