Ghost of Tsushima: Iki Island DLC Review


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Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut Release Date and Unlock Time. Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut is set to release digitally and on disc on August 20. Those who have pre-ordered and pre-loaded the game will be able to start playing the game at 12am in your local time zone. IGN IndiaGhost of Tsushima: Director's Cut PS5 Review, Release Date, Pre-Order, Price, and Everything Else You Need to Know

Ghost of Tsushima: How to Embody the Spirit of the Monkey on Saruiwa (Monkey See Trophy)

GameRant 19 August, 2021 - 02:22pm

The first step toward obtaining this trophy is to locate Saruiwa, and it can be found at the southwest corner of Iki Island. For full clarity, a map that highlights the position of Saruiwa can be found below, and Ghost of Tsushima players should look for a pathway that is flanked by two large monkey sculptures upon arrival. From this position, fans will be ready to start scaling the nearby mountain and performing the actions that are required to embody the spirit of the monkey.

After passing between the aforementioned monkey sculptures, players should use their grappling hooks in Ghost of Tsuhsima three times to reach a ledge that is connected by a rope to another rock formation. Across this rope, fans will find a small monkey that is covering its ears, and they should swipe left on their touchpad to play the flute in front of it.

Ghost of Tsushima fans should then climb back down the cliff until they are just below the second grappling point that was used to reach the first small monkey. Players should now squeeze through the tight gap and continue along the path until they are positioned just before the next tunnel. To the right of this tunnel, fans will discover some handholds that can be used to climb down to a lower level, where there is an aclove that contains a monkey covering its eyes. Plyers should throw a smoke bomb down in front of this monkey.

At this point, fans of action-adventure games should climb back up the ledges that they just went down and keep making their way forward. After crossing a narrow bamboo bridge, players will find a grapple point extending from the wall, and they should use it to start a large descent. This descent will see fans using a variety of grapple points, ledges, and ropes, and it ends in a pool of water. Near the edge of this pool is a monkey covering its mouth, and players should swipe down on the touchpad to bow before it.

From there, fans must climb to the very top of the mountain, where they will find a Monkey Sanctuary. Players should now approach the circle on the ground and press R2 to play their flute in Ghost of Tsushima. This action will trigger a mini-game that centers around keeping a circle within the boundaries of two moving lines, and the Monkey See trophy will be awarded upon its conclusion.

Ghost of Tsushima is available on PS4 and PS5.

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