The max level in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends

Learn the max Ki Level you can reach in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, and how to get gear of the highest rank.

If you’ve dropped into Ghost of Tsushima: Legends since it arrived last week, you may have spotted some similarities to Destiny 2’s gear level system. In Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, your level or power is determined by your Ki. This is increased by equipping weapons and armor of a higher Ki level. But how high can you go? In this guide we’ll explain the max level in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends that you can push your Ki to.

The max level in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends

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The max level in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends right now is 110 Ki. Right now, you can only obtain rewards of up to 105 Ki from completing regular missions. If you want to bump yourself all the way up to the highest level, you’ll need to complete the Weekly Nightmare-level challenges. These are the only way to receive items of the max Ki level 110 from missions, but are limited to one a week. 

You can also reforge items to help them reach the 110 limit. Each time you do this, it’ll increase the level by one, meaning you need to complete five reforges on a 105 Ki item before it will reach max level. However, this is an extremely expensive method of reaching max level, so we don’t recommend investing your Essence and Honor into it unless you’re sure the piece you’re upgrading is one you definitely want at max level.

And that’s really all there is to know about the max level in Ghost of Tsushima: Legends. You’ll have to work hard to reach the max Ki Level available, so get some friends together and get to work on those Nightmare missions, or start collecting Essence and Honor to work your way through the reforge steps. Ghost of Tsushima has more Legends content planned to arrive before too long, including a Raid mission that’ll likely be designed to challenge even players who’ve reached the max level.

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