Ghostwire: Tokyo, the upcoming game by Tango Gameworks, the developer behind The Evil Within franchise, has been delayed. In a posted message Twitter, the studio wrote that the title will release in early 2022. Ghostwire: Tokyo was originally set to release this year, although a date was never specified.
According to the statement, Ghostwire: Tokyo is being delayed due to the health of the developers working on the game. “We want the game to reach you as soon as possible,” the announcement read, “so you can experience an unforgettable version of the haunted Tokyo we’ve worked so hard to build. At the same time, we are also focused on protecting the health of everyone in Tango. Our new release window will give us time to bring to the world Ghostwire to live as we have always envisioned it. “
& mdash; Ghostwire: Tokyo (@playGhostwire) July 13, 2021
Ghostwire: Tokyo was originally announced at E3 2019 during a Bethesda showcase with a weird intro that shows people disappearing from the streets of Tokyo when strange creatures invade. A gameplay trailer revealed for the game was also released last year, showing off some of its magical supernatural battles and the monsters players will battle against.
If you don’t remember Ghostwire: TokyoThis announcement, you may recall seeing the game’s creative director, Ikumi Nakamura, on the internet at some point. Her presentation for the game at Bethesda’s E3 2019 conference became widely popular thanks to her fine stage presence.
Although published by Bethesda and therefore owned by Microsoft, Ghostwire: Tokyo is still set to become an hourly exclusive for PlayStation 5, like Deathloop. Not sure when Ghostwire: Tokyo will come to other platforms.