New Ghostwire: Tokyo trailer debuts antagonist ahead of its spring 2022 release
By Ray Ampoloquio September 10, 2021
Tango Gameworks' next title might have been delayed to 2022, but it appears that the long wait is going to be worth it.
Sony included a new trailer for Ghostwire: Tokyo at its September PlayStation Showcase.
The trailer shows off more of its eccentric and creepy baddies, including a chilling antagonist who's more than happy to torment the main character.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is the next game that Tango Gameworks is working on after the release of 2017's The Evil Within 2.
Hnlike Mikami's latest pair of survival horror titles, Ghostwire: Tokyo is more of an action-adventure game with Kenji Kimura's directorial debut.
Of course, Ghostwire: Tokyo isn't just about to throw away what its founder is best known for.
Ghostwire: Tokyo appears to include more horror elements as well.
Players will have to face off against a fair few nightmare-inducing creatures in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
It also appears that the villain is taking a certain girl hostage and is using her to taunt the protagonist.
For those who are unaware, Ghostwire: Tokyo was supposed to be one of the big PS5 exclusives to release this year.
The game was later delayed to give the studio more time to work on the game without rushing it.
So far, plot details about Ghostwire: Tokyo remain thin.
All we know is that the protagonist has supernatural powers.
He must use them to try and uncover the mysterious disappearance behind the vanishing of the people living in Tokyo.
With Ghostwire: Tokyo expected to release in early 2022, fans don't have to wait too long to find out what it is all about.
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