Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo takes players to a paranormal Tokyo devoid of its populace. The game’s blending of the modern and supernatural successfully sucks players into its setting with a great audiovisual experience.
Tokyo’s population has vanished, and deadly supernatural forces prowl the streets. Use an arsenal of elemental abilities to unravel the truth behind the disappearance and save Tokyo.
In addition to coming to Xbox Series X|S in April, Ghostwire: Tokyo is getting a free update. The Spider’s Thread update adds a new gauntlet mode, plus additional content to the main game.
Ahead of Ghostwire: Tokyo’s release this week, RPGamer was able to chat to composer Masatoshi Yanagi. He provides details on the game’s sound design, including its blending of traditional Japanese instruments with modern sounds and how it transported players to a paranormal Tokyo.
Ghostwire: Tokyo takes players to a metropolis where the people have suddenly disappeared, replaced by fog and the Visitors. RPGamer was able to get some hands-on time with the first couple of chapters ahead of its launch next week.
RPGamer was able to get a look at Tango Gameworks’ upcoming action adventure title Ghostwire: Tokyo. The game looks to offer an eye-catching and eerie experience when it launches on PC and PS5 in March.