GhostWire: Tokyo Tango Gameworks will be released soon on Playstation 5 and PC. It is known that it will arrive in spring and we may very soon know the specific date: the South Korean age rating system, something that indicates that its content is already closed. The card shows that it is a game for those over 15 years of age mainly due to its scenes of violence.
The news comes when Tom Henderson assures that GhostWire: Tokyo will have some kind of media event this month that will give rise to a State of Play in February, where perhaps Sony will date the releases that will arrive after March, including this first-person shooter or God of War: Ragnarok. The last time the project was shown was last September during PlayStation Showcase 2021.
The plot of GhostWire: Tokyo tells us about the disappearance of 99% of the population of the Japanese city because of an occultist who has deployed spirits over the city that have devastated everything. The protagonist will take action on the matter with a mission of revenge aided by a spectral entity that will transform us into some kind of exorcist ninja, an expert in martial arts and magic that will be used to defeat the yokai.
“Use a combination of upgradeable elemental powers and ghost hunting skills to combat the supernatural threat. Take advantage of your ethereal skills to ascend to the top of the Tokyo skyline and fly over the streets to discover new missions or even to take down your enemies” says Bethesda. Different enemies will be resistant or vulnerable to each strategy, so we will need to learn how they move and the most successful skills against them: the key is for the yokai to expose their core to execute them with melee attacks or with spirit cables that can be linked between several enemies.