Read this Ghost Of Tsushima guide for a full list of Mongol artefacts! Learn artifact / artefact locations, uses, how to get, rewards, trophies, and more!Check Out The All Collectibles List Here
What Are Mongol Artifacts?
Mongol Artifacts are a type of collectible that you can discover and while exploring the island of Tsushima. These artifacts can be picked up and will then be added to your collection.
View Under The Collections Tab
You can view collectibles you've acquired under the Collections Tab in the game's menu. Navigate to the Collections Tab and select Artifacts to view the Mongol Artifacts that you already have!
Wear Traveler's Attire To Track Unknown Collectibles
By equipping the Traveler's Attire, you will be able to track unfound artifact from the map menu. Use the tab option found on the bottom of your map menu to select the item you wish to track. You will be notified with a controller vibration when you are close to the said collectible item.
Equip Traveler's Attire To Use Guiding Wind To Track Items
By equipping the Traveler's Attire armor, you will be able to track any unfound collectibles with your Guiding Wind. You may assign which collectible items to track from the Map menu by pressing right on your D-pad.More Details On Traveler's Attire
Certain Artefact Unlocks Cosmetic Items
By collecting a set number of Singing Crickets & Sashimono Banners unlocks new playable flute songs and horse mounts accordingly. Mongol Artifacts and Records do not have any other purpose other than being collectibles. However, you will be rewarded with a trophy once you've collected a certain number of artifacts!
Unlock The Know Your Enemy Trophy
Collecting 20 Mongol Artifacts will reward you with the Know Your Enemy Trophy.Check Out The Trophies List Here!
All Artifacts & Collectibles Locations
This section will be updated as soon as more information is confirmed. Check back soon to find out about more artifact locations!
Mongol Artifacts are collective of items found usually in Mongol occupations, hailing from Mongoloid tools to plundered goods, these will let you learn lores on Mongol heritages during that timeClick Here For All Mongol Artifacts
Records are text documents, related to the story and events that unfolds around the world of Tsushima. These items will illustrate the setting in depth about lores and events that are happening in game.Click Here For All Records
Singing Crickets are insects, chirping with the finest of tunes and can be often found in the graveyards spotted around Tsushima. Collecting these Singing Crickets will let you learn new songs to play on your flute.Click Here For All Singing Crickets
Sashimono Banners are war banners usually carried during a soldier during battle to distinguish each other. The remnants of these banners can be found around occupied settlements and other random location. Collecting number of these Sashimono Banners will reward you with new Horse Saddle cosmetics.Click Here For All Sashimono Banners