Ghost of Tsushima Find a Way Inside the Gambling Den

Find a Way Inside the Gambling Den in Ghost of Tsushima is a step in the Generosity of Lady Sanjo side quest. As the name quite clearly states, the objective is to get into the gambling den, which is easier said than done. If you don’t pay attention to your surroundings, odds are that you won’t be able to figure out a way in. We’re here to help you with our Ghost of Tsushima Find a Way Inside the Gambling Den guide.

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ghost of tsushima find a way inside the gambling den
Ghost of Tsushima Find a Way Inside the Gambling Den

How to Get Inside Gambling Den in Ghost of Tsushima Generosity of Lady Sanjo Quest?

To get into the gambling den in the Generosity of Lady Sanjo quest in Ghost of Tsushima, you have to swing to the attic of the house. As you approach the place across the planks, if you look to your right, you’ll see a rock formation that kinda looks like three giant steps. Climb up the rocks, and there’s a branch that you can swing on right in front of your face. That’s exactly what you should do, and land on the platform right in front of you. Don’t climb onto the roof.

So, now what? Well, if you take a look at the lower right corner, you’ll see a small grate that you can open. Interact with it by pressing R2, and boom you’re in the gambling den. There are two sets of kunai that you can take, as well as some other supplies. Climb down the ladder and have a chat with the peasant that refused you entry. I’m not gonna spoil what happens from then on, but suffice it to say, things are gonna get hairy.

That’s about all there is to it when it comes to getting into the Lady Sanjo quest gambling den in Ghost of Tsushima. If something else in the game is giving you trouble, we’ve got a whole bunch of other Tsushima guides for you to peruse. To name just a few, we’ve got Charm of Inari – Best Charms, Ghost Armor – From the Darkness, and Fox Den Locations – Inari Shrines.

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