Mark of the Ninja – Costumes (Remastered)

There are 3 challenges in form of seals in every level. Accomplish 3 of the same type to unlock a costume.
One of the five seals does not unlock a costume, it’s for people which just want to accomplish all of them (I added its image to the basic costume, just for completeness).

Path of the Ninja

  • 1 Attack item.
  • 1 Distraction item.
  • This is the starting outfit.
  • Ninja Seal.

Path of the Mark

  • Mark of Serenity allows the player to teleport.
  • 1 Attack item.
  • No distraction item.
  • Gained during the game when the final tattoo is applied.

Path of Might

  • Due to the fact this costume is a suit of heavy armor: More health + Easier target knock-downs + No time-freeze in focus-mode.
  • Assassinating a target replenishes health.
  • 1 Attack item.
  • 1 Distraction item.
  • Gained by completing three ‘Combat’ challenges.
  • Combat Seal.

Path of the Hunter

  • Assassinations no longer require a contextual button press.
  • 2 Attack items.
  • No Distraction item.
  • Items are not replenished when reaching a checkpoint (you can replenish your items at any supply-point by selecting the same costume again).
  • Gained by completing three ‘Aggression’ challenges.
  • Aggression Seal.

Path of Silence

  • Footsteps completely muffled.
  • No sword.
  • No attack item.
  • 2 Distraction items.
  • Gained by completing three ‘Stealth’ challenges.
  • Stealth Seal.

Path of Nightmares

  • Assassinations (and finding dead bodies) can terrorize guards.
  • 1 Attack item.
  • No distraction items.
  • Gained by completing three ‘Terror’ challenges.
  • Terror Seal.

Path of Wisdom

  • No sword; you have a non-lethal takedown (enemies can still be killed through indirect means or attack items).
  • No time-freeze in focus-mode.
  • Item quantities are doubled.
  • Replenish two of every item when reaching a checkpoint.
  • No farsight.
  • Gained by completing the mission: A Tale from the Past.
Volodymyr Azimoff
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I love games and I live games. Video games are my passion, my hobby and my job. My experience with games started back in 1994 with the Metal Mutant game on ZX Spectrum computer. And since then, I’ve been playing on anything from consoles, to mobile devices. My first official job in the game industry started back in 2005, and I'm still doing what I love to do.

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