New to Ghost of Tsushima: Legends? This Hunter Class Guide will tell you everything you need to know about the Hunter.
Ghost of Tsushima: Legends introduces co-operative multiplayer to Sucker Punch’s Samurai Epic. Rather than playing as the adaptable Jin Sakai, players have to choose one of four classes. These are vital to your success, with each performing a different role in-game with different abilities.
The Hunter Class in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends is perfect for players who like to pick opponents off from a distance. They come equipped with a bow and begin with the Stone Stance. It is perfect for fighting against opposing Swordsmen and Archers up close, but their use of a bow is what makes them unique.
Hunter Class Guide – Abilities and Equipment
The main ability the Hunter Class has is Staggering Arrow. This acts similarly to an Explosive Arrow from Ghost of Tsushima‘s single-player, except it can be fired with much more speed. It is an arrow forged with lightning which stuns enemies around where it lands. It’s perfect for helping out a teammate who’s stuck in a group or opening up clear lines of sight on enemies from afar.
The Hunter Class Ultimate Ability, Eye of Uchitsune, allows players to fire three headshots at enemies at the cost of three Resolve. Seems a fair trade, right? This ability can be useful at quickly clearing a cluster of enemies or bringing down a bigger opponent with simple accuracy. It’s almost like a shotgun at close range, but it will need time some time to “lock on” to opponents heads.
In terms of equipment, the Hunter class comes equipped with Kunai and Smoke Bombs. This makes it the perfect class to disrupt enemies and evade death if closed in on.