Ghost of Tsushima is a fairly long game, taking around 30 to 60 hours to beat on average. It also has three fairly basic difficulty settings. For those working their way through the game, the question of whether you can unlock a New Game Plus mode and additional difficulty setting are bound to come up. So, are they present in Ghost of Tsushima?
Is there a New Game Plus mode in Ghost of Tsushima?
The quick answer to the question of whether Ghost of Tsushima has a New Game Plus mode is no, it does not. When you beat Ghost of Tsushima, you won’t be able to unlock a New Game Plus mode or additional difficulty setting.
You can always replay the game on Hard if you beat it on Medium, but you won’t be able to unlock a harder difficulty setting by beating the game on Hard. Once you beat Ghost of Tsushima, you can continue playing the game with all of your items and settings, you’re not forced to start all over again.
That said, you can start a new game if you like. It’s totally up to you. In the future, it’s always possible Ghost of Tsushima could get an update with new features like a New Game Plus mode.
As of right now though, nothing like that has been announced. Stay tuned, as we’ll be sure to update this article if (or when) a New Game Plus mode is added to Ghost of Tsushima.
Until then, what do you think of the game? Are you enjoying it so far? Let us know down in the comments below!
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