One of the most annoying things about video games is missing out on items that you only get one chance at obtaining. Knowing that you missed something that you can’t go back and collect can be a major downer, tainting an otherwise super enjoyable experience. Thankfully, we’ve played through Ghost of Tsushima and know what the situation is with missing missions and items. Here’s our Ghost of Tsushima missables list and what you need to know.
What can you miss in Ghost of Tsushima?
Happily, there aren’t permanent missables in Ghost of Tsushima. This means that you can play through the game without worry.
With that said, there is a unique reward for each ending. Players are only able to obtain one of these special items, depending on which ending they pick.
What’s more, though you can’t permanently miss anything, it’s certainly easy to bypass certain collectibles as you move through the game’s towns and wilderness.
Here is a list of collectibles that you’ll want to keep an eye out for, which you’ll ultimately have to track down for 100% completion:
- Vanity Gear
- Pillars of Honor
- Hot Springs
- Inari Shrines
- Bamboo Strikes
- Shinto Shrines
- Sashimono Banners
- Mongol Artifacts
- Singing Crickets
- Key Items
The latter resources under “Satchel” are found everywhere in the world and contribute to improving armor, weapons, and more. Look for anything flashing white for a clue on what you can pick up.
Though you can go back and collect items at any time, including after beating the story, it’s still a good idea to keep an eye out for any collectibles or useful items that have been tucked away.