A few days ago, Bethesda announced the news of Deathloop, one of its two exclusive temporary consoles to be awarded the PS5. Today is the turn of the other game that emerges from this deal with Sony to get people talking. And it’s about news that would surely have passed the players interested in the new game from Shinji Mikami’s studio.
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Ghostwire: Tokyo won’t finally be released until 2022. The message couldn’t be more official as it came from the account Twitter Bethesda officer. In announcing this news, Tango Gameworks, the studio behind the game, pointed out that this delay is related to the COVID-19 pandemic:
We have decided to postpone the release of Ghostwire: Tokyo until 2022.
We were eager to share with you our vision of a Tokyo haunted by creatures of 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 the time we need to bring the world of Ghostwire to life just as we always imagined it to be.
We 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.
Expect further delays?
Since the game was originally scheduled for next October, this delay shouldn’t be too long. Ghostwire: Tokyo has not given any news in a while and given the health situation in Japan, this postponement of the release is not particularly surprising.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is now planned for PS5 and PC in early 2022. Since the game is a temporary PS5 exclusivity with an already known term of one year, it is possible that the game will be released on Xbox Series X | S lands l.
What do you think of this new shift? Does he surprise you? Does he owe you Did you forget Ghostwire: Tokyo? What platform do you want to play it on? Do you think it will be out in early 2022? Tell us all about it in the comments below.