Ghost of Tsushima Wiki Strategy Guide
In this hub, you will find links to all Ghost of Tsushima guides available on this website.
Starting with all Ghost of Tsushima locations and how to conquer them; all collectibles locations; and the best easter eggs in Ghost of Tsushima; everything can be found here.
Additionally, this Ghost of Tsushima Wiki covers all crafting materials and the best locations to find them; as well as all weapons Jin Sakai can use. An in-depth analysis of all weapons and how to upgrade them is also available.
Last but not least on this hub you will get to learn everything there is to know about the Ghost of Tsushima Charms and how to use them; how to defeat all bosses and eventually how to become the ultimate Ghost.
To make your adventure even more enjoyable every Ghost of Tsushima guide and walkthrough will include detailed visual elements such as in-game screenshots and videos revealing tips, and tricks you may need while exploring Tsushima Island.
Feel free to use them whenever you need help and don’t forget to ask all your questions in the comments sections.
- Developer: Sucker Punch Productions
- Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
- Release Date: July 17, 2020
- ESRB: Mature / PEGI 18
- MSRP: $59,99
- Platforms: PlayStation 4
- Genre: Action-adventure, Stealth
- Mode(s): Single-Player
“In the late 13th century, the Mongol empire has laid waste to entire nations along their campaign to conquer the East. Tsushima Island is all that stands between mainland Japan and a massive Mongol invasion fleet led by the ruthless and cunning general, Khotun Khan.
As the island burns in the wake of the first wave of the Mongol assault, samurai warrior Jin Sakai stands as one of the last surviving members of his clan.
He is resolved to do whatever it takes, at any cost, to protect his people and reclaim his home. He must set aside the traditions that have shaped him as a warrior to forge a new path, the path of the Ghost, and wage an unconventional war for the freedom of Tsushima.”
While exploring the Island of Tsushima you’ll have to find various collectibles that can take several forms. The list below reveals all Ghost of Tsushima collectibles available in the video game.
For each type of collectible, I have put a series of detailed guides showing their locations, as well as tips and tricks on where to find them.
Furthermore, video guides that can help you even further have been embedded on each page. Make sure you use them to get the most out of the video game and unlock all corresponding PlayStation trophies.
- Singing Crickets
- Hidden Altars
- Vanity Gear
- Hot Springs
- Bamboo Strikes
- Shinto Shrines
- Pillars of Honour
- Inari Shrines
Occupied Areas/Mongol Territories
In Ghost of Tsushima for PlayStation 4, there are 56 Mongol Territories and 3 Major Regions: Izuhara, Toyotama, and Kamiagata.
Each region features a fixed number of Mongol territories which can take various forms and can have different sizes.
In order to do clear them, basically you have to kill all Mongols in each camp.
Good, so how do you find them. Well, you have several options. The first one requires exploration and you can find them by looking for smoke columns on the horizon.
The second one requires you to interact with various NPCs you encounter while traveling. They reveal new locations when you talk to them, or when you help them. If you see a villager who is attacked by Mongols, once you deal with the invaders, he will reveal a new location for you.
The third one is by completing quests or tales, because some of them will take you to these locations; however, a large majority will not.
And the final one is to use my maps below.
Izuhara Mongol Territories
As you can see Izuhara features 24 occupied Mongol camps. If you manage to clear 12 of them, you’ll unlock Hero of the People trophy, and if you clear all of them, you’ll unlock A Fight for The Island PlayStation 4 trophy.
- Azamo Bay – Cleared while playing Unfinished Business Side Tale
- Old Trading Post
- Komatsu Forge – Cleared while playing Hammer and Forge Main Tale
- Yoichi’s Crossroads
- Traveler’s Rest Inn
- Rushing Water Crossing
- Stone Arch Crossing
- Fallen Outpost
- Ogawa Dojo
- Burn Down Logging Base
- Ohama Fishing Village
- Aoi Village
- Tangled Crossroads
- Beachside Camp
- Destroy Shipyard
- Kechi Fishing Village
- Yagata Farmstead
- Castle Kaneda – Cleared while playing Shadow of the Samurai Main Tale
- Furuta Village
- Kuta River BRidge
- Kuta Farmstead
- Takeshiki Farmstead
- Destroy The Logging Camp
- Salt Wind Estate
Toyotama Mongol Territories
Moving to the second area, Toyotama, here you will have to liberate 17 Ghost of Tsushima Mongol Territories. For freeing 8 of them you will earn the Good Riddance trophy and for all of them the Securing Sanctuary PlayStation 4 trophy.
- IIjima Farmstead
- Moss Light Inn
- Dark Water Encampment
- Stone Mire Lookout
- Liberate Numata Settlement
- Rebel’s Retreat
- Lonely Forest Clearing
- Forest’s Edge Camp
- Hissing Creek Crossing
- Fort Mai
- Kishibi Village
- Secluded Lighthouse
- Koshimizu Farmstead
- Okada Farmstead
- Riverside Farm
- Mountainside Ruins
- Castle Shimura – Cleared while playing From The Darkness Main Tale
Kamiagata Mongol Territories
The last area is named Kamiagata and here we have 15 Mongol Camps as you can see on my map. Clear 7 of them and you’ll unlock the Mass Eviction trophy and once you deal with all Mongol camps in this area, you’ll unlock A New Safe Haven. Furthermore, you will also unlock Master Liberator for liberating Tsushima Island.
- White Falls Village
- Frozen Overlook
- Bitter Hills Garrison
- Twilight’s Edge Overlook
- Icy Forest Crossroads
- Morimae Brewery
- Kill General Bartu
- Frozen Forest Crossroads
- High Point Guard Post
- Silk Farm
- Kawachi Whaling Village
- Mountain Pass
- Izumi Village – Cleared while playing Honor and Ash Main Tale
- Derelict Mine
- Kill General Dogshin
Ghost of Tsushima features a large number of resources and crafting materials. Use the list below to learn more about them, their locations, and how to use them properly in the game.
In order to improve Jin’s combat abilities in Ghost of Tsushima, you can use Omamori Charms. They are accessories that offer various passive buffs. Based on their roles they can be divided into four major categories: Defense, Stealth, Utility, and Offense.
The Ghost of Tsushima Charms can be obtained by exploring locations (such as the Shinto Shrines above), completing quests, looting chests, or defeating specific enemies.
It’s important to keep in mind that in order to increase the number of Ghost of Tsushima Omamori Charms Jin can use, you’ll have to find Inari Shrines (listed above).
The following list includes all Ghost of Tsushima Charms you can use in the game. For each type of Charm, you’ll find relevant information on its effects, location, and proper usage.
- Toxic Demise
- Unseen Respite
- Dual Destruction
- Sakai Storm
- Half Bow
Tips & Tricks