What you need to know
- Ghostwire: Tokyo is an upcoming game from Tango Gameworks.
- Previously slated to arrive on PS5 and PC in 2021, the game has been delayed to sometime in early 2022.
- The decision was made in order to protect the health of the development team.
- Ghostwire: Tokyo will now come to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S sometime in early 2023.
Tango Gameworks and Bethesda Softworks' upcoming supernatural action game Ghostwire: Tokyo is delayed to early 2022. Tango Gameworks announced the news on Tuesday, explaining that the focus is on protecting the health of the development team. Ghostwire: Tokyo was previously slated to arrive sometime later in 2021.
"Our new release window will give us time to bring the world of Ghostwire to life as we've always envisioned it," the announcement reads. There is no exact release date at this time.
An update on Ghostwire: Tokyo from @TangoGameworks: pic.twitter.com/hK3TF23A8oAn update on Ghostwire: Tokyo from @TangoGameworks: pic.twitter.com/hK3TF23A8o— Ghostwire: Tokyo (@playGhostwire) July 13, 2021July 13, 2021
Numerous games have been delayed throughout 2021, leading to a solid understanding of what to expect from the holidays in gaming.
Ghostwire: Tokyo, like Arkane Lyon's Deathloop, is a timed PS5 console exclusive and despite Microsoft purchasing ZeniMax Media, these preexisting deals are being honored and seen through. Ghostwire: Tokyo is expected to be available on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S a year after its initial launch on PS5. Naturally, it'll also launch on Xbox Game Pass at the same time.
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