Ghost of Tsushima

How to Find Steel in Ghost of Tsushima

How to Find Steel in Ghost of Tsushima

The great thing about open world games is the innumerable tasks and items you can farm. Steel is among the resources in Ghost of Tsushima that can come handy while upgrading melee weapons. To achieve the max level of your weapon, you need to find a large amount of the material. So, you need to know how to find steel in Ghost of Tsushima.

As you battle your way through Tsushima, you can find steel everywhere in forges. Let’s look at the various ways you can find and gather steel in the game.

How to Find Steel in Ghost of Tsushima

To be able to truly master the game finding steel is necessary. It comes handy in more than one ways. When you have steel you can upgrade your sword at the swordsmiths you will find across the game. Now, there are several sources of obtaining steel in the game. Here are all ways to find steel in Ghost of Tsushima.

  1. Looting – This is by far the best way to farm steel in the game. As you progress, you will come across several occupied villages, farmsteads, inns, and houses. Look for forges within all the buildings to find steal. You can find chests in these places that offer you steel.
  2. Liberating Occupied Territories – Besides looting, you can liberate farms and outposts from the Mongols for a reward of steel. You can check the map for farms, they are masked as red wheat. Outposts on the other hand appear as red dots on the map. Select an outpost or farm and the guiding wind will guide you to it.
  3. Purchase from Trappers – If you have sufficient supplies, you can purchase the steel from trappers in exchange for the resources.

Besides steel, the other resources in Ghost of Tsushima are Linen, Leather, Silk, Iron, Gold, and Wax Wood. All resources play a crucial role in the game, so you need to know where to find them all.

In brief, to find steel in Ghost of Tsushima, you need to raid buildings in the game, liberate outposts and farms from Mongols, or purchase it from the trapper. You will need to use all the three methods of farming steel to have enough of it to upgrade your weapons to the max level.

Harsh Clif
He is caught in a loop between writing about games and playing them. It's a vicious cycle. Although he's biased towards PC, you can occasionally find him on the PS5. He does not own an Xbox Consoles but plans on getting one soon.

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