Charms is a mechanic that allows you to grant different benefits to Jin Sakai in Ghost of Tsushima. These benefits can be applied to combat or non-combat aspects. You get them by completing side quests or honoring Shinto shrines. There are five types of Charms: Defense, Melee, Ranged, Stealth, and Utility. The big question is: can you stack Charms in Ghost of Tsushima? Keep on reading to find out below.
Is it Possible to Stack Charms in Ghost of Tsushima?
There are Golden and Silver Charms in Ghost of Tsushima. Golden ones grant more benefits than their Silver counterparts, and they can be equipped within the Gear section (available in the pause menu). You start off with two regular (normal and major) Charm slots, and gradually, you can unlock up to four minor Charms by honoring the Inari Shrines which makes you able to equip a total of six Charms at any given moment. Neat, huh?
And yes, the Charms are stackable which means that the percentage bonuses stack with the following math in mind:
If you have two Charms that let’s say, have the effect “Missed standard arrows have a 25% chance of being recovered,” which is the effect of the Swift Return minor charm, equipping two of these will raise the odds to 50% because, in Ghost of Tsushima, the odds just add up. Math logic.
We hope that this guide was helpful and informative and that you’ll find a great combination of Charms for your gameplay style. Make sure to visit our other guides for Ghost of Tsushima by clicking on the game tag below this article and, as always, keep it locked to Prima Games for more video game content.