Sucker Punch Productions has released Ghost of Tsushima update 1.17 for December 5, which seems to be focused on some multiplayer related fixes. Clocking in at 800-900MB, this one is purely for fixes, so don’t expect any new content.
Ghost of Tsushima Update 1.17 Patch Notes:
Here’s what the PS4 update history states:
- General bug fixes and improvements
- Network (Multiplayer) improvements
Per the community, modded game saves for Legends multiplayer mode appears to have syncing issues with the serves (unverified.) Another thing mentioned is how melee Resolve is fixed now too.
These seem to be the standard placeholder patch notes that Sucker Punch Production use, outside of the new addition of “multiplayer improvements”. If the studio does release any official specific notes we will be sure to update this post with the full changelog. For now, we will be watchful of community feedback to see if any bugs were fixed (such as melee resolve bug) and/or balancing changes done to some of the gear.
In related news, the weekly challenges have also reset, which you an read up below.
New Weekly Challenges are available in #GhostOfTsushima: Legends!
Check in-game to see this week's Nightmare Story and Survival missions with unique modifiers. Beat them (along with bonus objectives) for max-level gear, or re-challenge The Tale of Iyo for weekly rewards! pic.twitter.com/Lg4eVHfknV
— Ghost of Tsushima 🎮 Director's Cut Out Now! (@SuckerPunchProd) December 4, 2020
Ghost of Tsushima Legends Weekly Challenges
Reward(s) for each completion: 110 credit and 1 epic gear +
- Complete chapter 1
- Complete chapter 2
- Complete chapter 3
- Nightmare Week 8
- Mission: The curse of the Onibaba
- Modifier: Wildfire
- Nightmare Week 8
- Mission: Blood in Snow
- Modifier: Empowered Foes
If you haven’t yet, be sure to read up on our official Ghost of Tsushima review! We gave the title a a 9.5 with some high praise!
If Ghost of Tsushima is the swan song game for the PS4, then it ends with a whirlwind of slashes, and it gives Sucker Punch the franchise it’s aiming for that stands toe to toe with the likes of God of War, Uncharted, and the rest of Sony’s impressive first-party studio games lineup.
If Sucker Punch Productions releases the official notes, we’ll update the post. If you find anything, feel free to leave a comment below to let us know what got changed.