The goal of Ghost of Tsushima is to capture the heart of Samurai fantasy. The game transports you back to feudal Japan, to live through the beauty and danger of Tsushima Island under attack. Your hero is Jin Sakai, who has trained his whole life in the samurai way. He is watchful, precise, deadly, and disciplined. You will play as Jin, who can either be a Ghost or Samurai throughout the game depending on your play style. Jin is a confident horseman, and skilled with the bow. He is a master of the Katana sword, which is his main weapon throughout the game. Let us take a look at the guide and customization list of the Katana.
Katana – Guide & Customization List
Katana is also known as Sakai Storm. This sword is a meter of razor-edged steel, wielded with malice, and we need to respect that. Jin’s sword, Katana is a family heirloom passed down in his family for generations. It is Jin Sakai’s main weapon throughout the game. And it is an important tool to have in your fight against the Mongol empire.
Sakai Storm, otherwise known as Katana is a weapon that rewards precision and it takes a lifetime of discipline and practice to make exactly the right cut at the right moment. It is important that the players have the same sense of precision, discipline, and practice. It is the only melee weapon in the game. So, you will need to master the intricacies of combat in the game.
Jin uses different stances to finish off a swordsman. Stone stance is his ancestral style, developed to fight other swordsmen, so it works well against the Mongol swordsmen. And he can quickly switch to Water Stance to create an opening against a shieldman. Jin uses this stance after the techniques he’s practiced for decades prove ineffective against the Mongol shieldmen.
The Mongol empire is dangerous, but Jin Sakai is a dangerous man with a deadly sword. The Katana will be able to deal fatal damage at any difficulty level to emphasize the power of the sword.
Jin’s sword, Katana can be upgraded to increase its stats and performance. We will share more information about it as soon as we fetch it.