Ghostwire: Tokyo Release Date, New Gameplay Reveal Announced

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Another long-awaited game is joining the stacked release lineup of February and March, as PlayStation has announced Ghostwire: Tokyo will launch on March 25, 2022. In addition to the release date news, PlayStation is also holding an official showcase for the game tomorrow, February 3 at 2 p.m. PT. You can watch the showcase on PlayStation’s YouTube page.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is the next game from Shinji Mikami’s Tango Gameworks, developers of The Evil Within. It was first announced as a PlayStation exclusive during Bethesda’s E3 2019 conference. Since then, Bethesda and all studios under its umbrella have been acquired by Microsoft, but the game is still launching as a timed console exclusive on PS5 and PC.

The title is an action-adventure game that will see players take on paranormal threats called The Visitors. These creatures take on forms like a child in a yellow raincoat, a bride who never got married, and other manifestations of loss and separation.

PlayStation has a one year exclusive on Ghostwire: Tokyo, so it won’t appear on other consoles until at least March 25, 2023.

We got our first look at Ghostwire: Tokyo’s gameplay during 2020’s PlayStation 5 reveal event, but it’s been pretty quiet since then. Last summer, the game was delayed to this year in order to ‘protect the health’ of those working on the game.

For more, read about why Ghostwire: Tokyo technically isn’t a horror game, despite containing “spooky elements”. You can also check out how Tango Gameworks is already working on its next game after Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Ghostwire Tokyo PlayStation 5 Screenshots

Logan Plant is a freelance writer for IGN. You can find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.

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