Since January 2021, many expected titles have been postponed to next year. And as we move forward in this context of the health crisis, the studios continue to try to adapt to meet the deadlines originally set. Unfortunately, that isn’t always possible and today it’s an Xbox Game Studios game that has just been pushed back. Indeed, Ghostwire: Tokyo, which is due to appear on PlayStation 5 this year, has been postponed to early 2022.
As a result, the title is temporarily exclusive for a year, just like Death loop, you have to wait at least until 2023 to play it on Xbox. The Japanese developers commented on this topic in a long message on Twitter.
Communiqué from Tango Gameworks
We have decided to postpone the release of Ghostwire: Tokyo until early 2022.
We couldn’t wait to share with you our vision of a Tokyo haunted by creatures from Japanese folklore. However, we must also be careful to protect the health of our teams at Tango Gameworks. This new release date will give us enough time to bring the world of Ghostwire to life just as we always imagined it to be.
Thank you for your understanding. We are working to create an original experience – very different than before – and look forward to sharing it with you in the months to come.
– Ghostwire: Tokyo (@playGhostwire) July 13, 2021
Until then, Tango Gameworks should present their game in more detail. Ghostwire: Tokyo will likely benefit from an emphasis starting with. is identical Death loop in time. In fact, Arkane Lyon’s game was entitled to 10 minutes of unprecedented narrated gameplay during a State of Play, which on Microsoft’s side corresponds to Inside Xbox. See you in the coming months to learn more.