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    Ghostwire: Tokyo Releases Worldwide For PS5 & PC On March 25, 2022

    Tango Gameworks and Bethesda has revealed the upcoming action-adventure game Ghostwire: Tokyo will launch on PlayStation 5 and PC on March 25th, 2022. Players also got an in-depth first look at the game’s action-packed gameplay, breathtaking atmosphere, and one-of-a-kind vision. Ghostwire: Tokyo is a captivating and wondrous journey through a brilliant reimagining of one of the world’s most remarkable cities.

    Ghostwire: Tokyo is an action-adventure game that challenges players to master the mystical arts of Ethereal Weaving while working to defeat the menacing Hannya and his followers, the Visitors, who have invaded Tokyo. These supernatural entities roam the stunning world of Ghostwire, creating a scintillating atmosphere that is a love letter to Tokyo, its curiosities, and secrets.

    Ghostwire: Tokyo will transport players to an intriguing world filled with characters from Japanese legends, folklore, and tales. These stories have inspired many of the unusual creatures you will encounter, giving Ghostwire a true-to-Tokyo flavour. Crafted by the inventive minds at Tango Gameworks, players will traverse Tokyo’s ultra-modern cityscape, discover iconic landmarks, and uncover secrets hidden throughout it.

    Players who venture off the beaten path will also find charming characters in need of assistance, countless spirits in need of rescuing, and unexpected purry friends who can exchange rare finds for generous rewards. Optional stories in Ghostwire are not the usual side content fare, but rather lovable tales that further flesh out the game’s world and vision.

    PS5 players who pre-order the Deluxe Edition of Ghostwire: Tokyo will gain early access to the game on March 22th, 2022. They will also receive access to the Streetwear Outfit Pack, Shinobi Outfit, and Kunai Weapon.

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