A new Ghost of Tsushima replace has made the already-adorable foxes in the sport even cuter.
Throughout Ghost of Tsushima’s map, there are fox dens to search out. Upon finishing a given fox den, Jin Sakai pets his new furry buddy goodbye (okay, you do not have to pet the fox however come on — who’s not going to pet them?). The foxes find it irresistible, of course, however a brand new replace makes them much more excited for incoming pets.
fox stomach rubs are secretly our greatest new characteristic 🦊 https://t.co/7Utz5Qe6EX
— Andrew Goldfarb (@garfep) September 3, 2021
Famed Twitter account, CanYouPetTheDog, which tracks whether or not or not you may pet canine and different animals in video games, tweeted about this new replace and the new animations foxes in Ghost of Tsushima have, as reported by GameSpot. Sucker Punch Productions’ communications individual, Andrew Goldfarb, confirmed the new fox-related features on Twitter as properly.
As you may see in the video above, foxes will now yap in pleasure for the pets they’re hoping Jin will give them. They’ll additionally faucet on the floor excitedly earlier than rolling over onto their backs to organize for some stomach rubs.
Foxes are only one of the sorts of animals in Ghost of Tsushima that Jin can pet — the 1.1 update released last October allowed players to befriend and pet dogs.
GameSpot notes that the Director’s Cut of Ghost of Tsushima additionally provides kittens and monkeys that may be pet by Jin as properly.
More video games ought to comply with in the footsteps of Ghost of Tsushima, actually — are bug squashes and steadiness fixes essential when updating a sport? Sure, however let’s not overlook about updating video games to make it in order that gamers can pet extra animals, too.
If you are in search of all of the fox den areas in Ghost of Tsushima, head to IGN’s Ghost of Tsushima Wiki Guide. You’ll additionally discover tips and tricks, walkthroughs, and extra there. Check out our ideas on the sport’s current growth in IGN’s Ghost of Tsushima: Iki Island DLC review after that.
Wesley LeBlanc is a contract information author and information maker for IGN. You can comply with him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.