Ghost of Tsushima has a variety of useful armor sets that help make you a formidable foe against the Mongol invasion. Most of them have their own special perks that enhance your abilities in various ways. For instance, some armor sets better cater to stealthy players, while others strengthen offensive power–though the minutiae of such gets deeper with each set. Regardless, you acquire several of the armor sets by completing story missions, but there are others that you can only get by completing special side-missions known as Mythic Tales, which unlock at different points in the game.

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To help you find and understand all of Ghost of Tsushima’s armor sets, we’ve compiled the guide below, which details how to get them, their perks, and what they look like when upgraded. We’ve got plenty more guides and coverage to help you get everything out of the game. Check out our full Ghost of Tsushima guide rundown, and if you haven’t already, read our Ghost of Tsushima review.

Broken Armor

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You start the game with the Broken Armor set–though it isn’t quite broken until after you’ve cleared the prologue section. It has no particular perks or advantages, so it’s really just a cosmetic set you keep just for the heck of it. You definitely don’t want to wear this any longer than you have to after the game’s world opens up, so quickly discard it and wear a better set as soon as you get one. Still, it does have memories attached–the death of your old ways and the beginning of your path towards becoming a dishonorable proto-ninja. Good times.

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