How to sleep next to your horse in Ghost of Tsushima

Earn your right to a snooze with your best mate by learning how to sleep in Ghost of Tsushima.

Oh boy, liberating your home from an attacking force sure is tiring, huh? Best learn how to take a nap, and who better to join you for a quick snooze than your buddy Nobu/Sora/Kage. If you want to sleep next to your horse in Ghost of Tsushima, we’ve got the steps you need to follow below.

How to sleep next to your horse in Ghost of Tsushima

How to sleep next to your horse in Ghost of Tsushima
You can only sleep after a hard day's work in Ghost of Tsushima. 
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To sleep next to your horse in Ghost of Tsushima, you need to complete liberation missions to free villages and farmsteads around the island. Unlike actions like cleaning your sword, you can’t choose to snooze with your horse any time you want. Instead, it’s an animation which has a chance to play after completing certain missions.

Each time you wrap up a mission that involves a change in the world, you’ll notice that you’ll return to Jin in some form of relaxing state. It can be meditating, having a cup of tea, or drinking from his gourd. The sleeping animation is just the same, only it’s one you can leave Jin and his horse in for a good while, though sadly you can’t enter photo mode to take some fun shots while they’re napping. We got the sleeping animation when liberating the river farmstead to the west of Jade Hills in the Izuhara region. We recommend engaging in this type of mission if you want to get the animation to play.

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So there you have it. If you want to sleep next to your horse in Ghost of Tsushima, you’ve got to put in the hard work and rout the Mongols from the red camps across the island. For more Ghost of Tsushima guides, click here to visit the game hub.

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