Microsoft’s PS5-exclusive Ghostwire: Tokyo is delayed till 2022
Ghostwire: Tokyo, the paranormal motion recreation from Japanese studio Tango Gameworks, has been postponed to early 2022. Tango Gameworks posted the information in a tweet, saying it’ll present extra of the sport within the coming months.
“We want to get your hands on the game as soon as possible, so you can experience the unforgettable version of a haunted Tokyo that we worked hard on. At the same time, we are also concentrating on protecting the health of everyone at Tango, ”the announcement stated. “Our new release window will give us time to bring the world of Ghostwire to life as we always imagined it.”
Ghostwire: Tokyo was introduced at E3 2019, and its first gameplay was revealed in June 2020 when Sony completely touted the sport as a timed PlayStation 5 (and PC). Just a few months later, Microsoft acquired Tango’s mother or father firm ZeniMax, making Ghostwire one in all two Microsoft-owned, however initially PlayStation-exclusive, video games. The opposite unique, Arkane’s Deathloop, has additionally been postponed however is slated for a launch in September.
Ghostwire places gamers in a Tokyo that has been virtually deserted by people and invaded by ghosts. Its government producer is Tango founder Shinji Mikami of The Evil Inside and Resident Evil fame, although it’s reportedly much less targeted on survival horror than these video games. Authentic inventive director Ikumi Nakamura resigned shortly after Tango’s preliminary announcement and later stated she left it for well being causes.