How to dye your clothes in Ghost of Tsushima

Change your armor color by learning how to dye clothes in Ghost of Tsushima.

Getting revenge and reclaiming your honor is all well and good, but it only really matters if you look the part. Thankfully, Ghost of Tsushima includes a huge variety of customization options, available once you learn how to dye clothes. You can change the color of armor to suit your preferences pretty much whenever you want, but you’ll need to collect some flowers first. Read on to learn how to dye your clothes in Ghost of Tsushima.

How to dye your clothes in Ghost of Tsushima

How to dye your clothes in Ghost of Tsushima
 
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To dye your clothes in Ghost of Tsushima, you first need to purchase dyes from merchants around the map. They won’t just hand them over for nothing, though. Each dye costs 10 flowers to buy, requiring you to explore the island and collect them. 

Flowers are easily spotted for their brightly colored flowers, poking up with green stems. You’ll find them dotted all over the map, usually in corners just out of site. It’s also possible to set the wind to guide you specifically towards them. Stand close and you’ll be able to pick them up by pressing R2. Once you have enough flowers, visit a merchant and purchase the dye color you’re after.

Got a color your like? You can dye clothes in Ghost of Tsushima by opening up the Gear menu (hit the options button and then tap L1 or R1 to swap to Gear). Choose the clothing you want to customize, hit X to open customization option and you’ll find the D-Pad allows you to cycle through the different dye colors you’ve unlocked. They're shown in the bottom right of the screen, and can be quite easy to miss.

Merchants won’t have access to all the dye colors from the start of the game. As you make your way through the core story you’ll unlock new colors for the merchants to sell. Different merchants also have different colors, so check in with each one you find to see what they sell. Be sure to check back with them regularly to grab more customization options, and don’t forget to collect those flowers while you’re out and about!.

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That’s all there is to know about how to dye clothes in Ghost of Tsushima. Spend a bit of time embracing nature and you’ll be good to go. For more guides, news and content about Ghost of Tsushima, click here to visit our game hub page.

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