Ghost of Tsushima Respec - Can You Change Technique Points

Respec in Ghost of Tsushima is something that a lot of people are going to be wondering about, because they might want to get back the Technique Points they might have spent by accident. After all, most games that have RPG elements, like Ghost of Tsushima, let you reset your skill points. So, can you respec your character in Ghost of Tsushima and get back your Technique Points? And, if so, how do you respec? Well, let’s talk about that in our Ghost of Tsushima respec guide.

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Ghost of Tsushima Respec – Can You Change Technique Points

How to Respec in Ghost of Tsushima

You can’t respec in Ghost of Tsushima. Whatever you spend your hard-earned Technique Points on, you better be really certain that was what you wanted. Otherwise, you’re just going to have to make do with what you’ve chosen. Later on in the game, this isn’t that much of a problem. However, in the beginning, you might want to spend cautiously. Check out our Best Skills in Ghost of Tsushima guide for further assistance on that matter. But, yeah, there’s no way to respec in Tsushima and get your Technique Points back.

Now, that’s not to say that this is a doom-and-gloom situation. In fact, aside from the beginning of the game, you’ll be pretty much fine. I say that because, by the end of the game, you’ll have more than enough Tecnhique Points to complete every skill tree in the game. In fact, if you complete some of the side content and go through Ghost of Tsushima with even a moderately fine-toothed comb, you’re probably going to unlock every single Technique in the game, no problem.

So, yeah; in conclusion, you can’t get your skill points back in Ghost of Tsushima and respec your character, but you don’t need to. Exercise moderate caution in the beginning and make sure to buy Techniques that make sense for your preferred play style. Other than that, relax, enjoy the game, and don’t sweat the small stuff.

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