Endings in Ghost of Tsushima depend on one choice that you make at the very end of the game. There are two potential endings that you can get, depending on what you choose. In our Ghost of Tsushima Endings – Good & Bad Ending guide, we’re going to show you what happens in each of the choices, and how to get the best one. Needless to say, there’s going to be a lot of spoilers in this article, so keep reading at your own risk.
How to Get Best Ghost of Tsushima Ending?
To get the best ending in Ghost of Tsushima, you have to make a choice at the very end of the game. Without getting into any spoilers, our choice for the good Ghost of Tsushima ending would be to choose SPARE. That’s for all of you that wanted the answer without getting into any spoilers or in-depth explanations. From here on out, I’m going to spoil everything that happens, so stop reading now if you want to experience the end yourself. This is your final warning.
So, at the end of Ghost of Tsushima, you’ll have to choose whether you want to end your traitorous uncle, or spare his life. Dispatching him is the honorable thing to do. He wishes to die a warrior’s death, after all. If you choose this, you’ll preserve a shred of Jin’s honor, and you’ll get a nifty, white Ghost armor. This sounds like the better of the two choices, but I disagree.
If, on the other hand, you choose to spare your uncle, you give up the last of Jin’s honor. However, that, in my opinion, completes Jin’s story arc of abandoning honor in the pursuit of doing what’s right. Traitor or not, he is still your uncle. Besides, in this choice, Jin fully accepts his new role as the titular Ghost of Tsushima. And, you get a cool red-colored Ghost armor.
Ultimately, aside from the armor color and, like, one or two lines of dialogue with Yuna, there’s no gameplay difference between the two choices. It’s completely up to you; it really is all about roleplaying Jin as the kind of person you want him to be. So, there you have it, that’s what happens in each of the Ghost of Tsushima endings.