How To Earn Honor In Ghost Of Tsushima: Legends 1
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Last Updated on October 21, 2020 by Aether

In Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, Honor is a currency that is earned by doing various activities. These activities are ‘farmable’, meaning that you can grind your way to increased riches. Honor allows you to reforge equipment and reroll unwanted challenges.

As you’re here to learn how to earn Honor in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, lets get to it.

How To Get Honor In Ghost Of Tsushima: Legends

Ghosts of Tsushima was already a critically acclaimed video game, but to push the boundaries even further, they have recently added the ‘Legends’ multiplayer updated. Many people have been eagerly waiting for this patch, and it has not disappointed thus far.

In Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, you are thrust back into Feudal Japan, where you must use your squads and skills to repel a Mongolian invasion.

Honor is the currency given by completing missions, which are updated daily and weekly. This currency is a lot harder to obtain, compared to Essence, which can also be earned in Legends. Although the majority of missions are certainly achievable, having the option to reroll an unfavourable mission can be quite useful. However, the majority of missions in the game are quite achievable, especially if you understand what you’re supposed to do to complete them.

We’d recommend building up your Honor to use on reforging your gear; this will make it even stronger than it was previously. If the equipment is rarity blue or higher, then when you reforge, it will increase their traits and stats, sometimes to even double the original value.

New weapons from this update should be grabbed as soon as possible too. They are very strong, and can make the difference between completing or failing a mission.

That’s everything there is to know about earning Honor in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends. We wish you the best of luck with your Honor farm, and hope that every blade swing strikes true.

Aether has been playing World of Warcraft since 2006. In his youth he raided 7 days a week, but now just plays with friends doing Mythic dungeons and Arena. He swaps his main more often than he should.
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