Face the unknown as Ghostwire: Tokyo releases on Xbox and

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For the most part, Ghostwire: Tokyo released on PlayStation and PC back in 2022 to some rather decent acclaim. Now though it’s time for Xbox players to experience a supernatural Tokyo, with it powered by Game Pass for good measure. 

Available to purchase, download and play right now on Xbox Series X|S, Ghostwire: Tokyo from Tango Gameworks (The Evil Within, The Evil Within 2 and the recently released Hi-Fi RUSH) and Bethesda Softworks will whisk you off to a unique version of Tokyo, one that has been picked up and thrown out by a weird supernatural force. It’s a city of beauty, but the streets within it are full of spirits, haunting the world. 

It’ll be up to you to head into Ghostwire: Tokyo, face the unknown and make it out of the other side in one piece. With a host of elemental powers to hand, ghost-hunting skills on tap and the chance to traverse the Tokyo skylines, you should just about be able to discover the success needed. The question is, do you really want to uncover the truth?

If you’ve played Ghostwire: Tokyo on other formats then you’ll know what to expect here as it rocks up onto Xbox Series X|S, playable through Game Pass should you wish. If not, we’d urge you to at least grab a download from the Xbox Store and spend an hour or so with the vision – it should give you a great insight into how the rest of the game plays. 

Note: This is a game making the most of the power of Xbox Series X|S and as such you won’t be able to play it on Xbox One. At least not unless you utilise the Game Pass angle and take it in through Cloud Gaming. 

Ghostwire: Tokyo is available for £59.99 should you prefer to buy a copy rather than use Game Pass, with a Deluxe Edition of the game kicking around for £79.99. It’s that which brings together the base game with the Streetwear Outift Pack, the Shinobi Outfit and the Kunai Weapon Skin. Alternatively, you could always purchase the Deluxe Upgrade Add-on for £15.74. 

Keep an eye out for our review of Ghostwire: Tokyo on Xbox Series X|S soon. 

Game Description:

Face the unknown, uncover the truth and save the city Tokyo is overrun by deadly supernatural forces as a dangerous occultist causes the city’s population to vanish in an instant. Join forces with a powerful spectral entity on their quest for vengeance and master a powerful arsenal of abilities to unravel the dark truth behind the disappearance as you FACE THE UNKNOWN in Ghostwire: Tokyo. A beautifully haunted Tokyo Explore a unique vision of Tokyo twisted by a supernatural presence. From its ultra-modern cityscape to its traditional temples and narrow alleyways, discover a hauntingly beautiful city teeming with Yokai – vengeful spirts spirits that prowl the streets. Discover iconic landmarks like Shibuya Crossing and Tokyo Tower, stunningly rendered with incredible detail and built to take advantage of next-generation technology. Experience the city frozen in time when the city’s population disappeared, and travel to the surreal underworld on your quest to save your family. Devastating Elemental Abilities Wield a combination of upgradeable elemental powers and ghost-hunting skills to combat the supernatural threat. Use your ethereal abilities to ascend to the top of Tokyo’s skyline and soar over the streets to discover new missions or even get the drop on your enemies.

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