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Last time we saw anything from the upcoming title GhostWire: Tokyo was last summer. It had been set to hit in October and is also scheduled as a PlayStation console exclusive. So since the original announcement back in 2019 when Bethesda announced it at E3 much has changed. Bethesda was part of the Microsoft purchase of ZeniMax meaning this and Deathloop are likely going to be part of the Xbox family. However, the whole world has been for two years nearly, dealing with the Covid 19 pandemic. This could explain why the news has been sparse until today. Tango Gameworks is based in Tokyo and due to the pandemic Ghostwire: Tokyo had been delayed until this year.

The State Of The Game Now

So the only information we had about the release date was that it was due this year. Unsurprisingly, like a lot of gaming news, there was a leak for a potential date. The image below depicts what is on the description of the listing for the recent PlayStation Showcase. The listed date is for March of this year. The listing said we can Face the unknown in Ghostwire: Tokyo, launching March 25, 2022, on PlayStation 5. However, if you want to play it a few days early, the deluxe edition has 3 days early access. Both editions are on the PlayStation store now with 10% off until the 24th of March.

Ghostwire: Tokyo
Ghostwire: Tokyo launches in March

So fans, this March is going to be a busy month for gaming. Ghostwire: Tokyo and Tiny Tina’s Wonderland are both launching on the 25th of March. For Xbox fans, who knows how long the wait may be for Ghostwire: Tokyo to be on an Xbox console. Even though it’s a Microsoft-owned product, it is contractually a PlayStation console exclusive. The showcase shows no other console versions will appear for at least a year. So what do you think about this news? Is GhostWire: Tokyo on your must-buy list? Either way, we’d love to hear from you. So drop a comment and let us know if you plan to get or avoid this title. Also, did the presentation change your view on what type of game it will be?

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