If you’ve ever wanted to play a “stealth ’em up” with fantastic mechanics as a co-op game, you’re in luck! Ghost of Tsushima: Legends adds co-op to the already fantastic mechanics of the core game. Not only that, but there’s a new loot system and currency system to shake things up in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends — Honor, one of the three currencies in Legends. So, what is it useful for? And what’s the best way to farm it? Find out in our guide!
How to Earn More Honor in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends
In order to gather Legends’ honor, you have to play missions and complete your daily/weekly challenges. The challenges reward you with a ton of the currency, while the missions will just give you some as well. You’ll get less Honor than you will Essence, so use it sparingly.
Honor is used for two reasons — reroll challenges and reforging gear. Rerolling challenges might sound good, but it’s usually better to just muscle through and complete it the best you can. You can theoretically complete any daily mission that the game throws at you, as long as you try your best and keep an open mind. Unless the mission is impossible to do (or you just really don’t like the class that it’s asking for), saving Honor for reforging gear is by far the better choice.
That’s because reforging gear is so incredibly powerful. When you reroll a specific blue or higher rarity gear, you reroll their stats, traits, etc. This increases its value massively and a good reroll on a rarity 30 Sword can give it +15 or +30 in total ranking. That’s a huge increase, and lets you keep the specific weapons that you want to play with on par with random drops. So, keep some of every single resource in order to best upgrade your stuff!
Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.