If you have been waiting for Ghostwire Tokyo to postpone its update after 2022, then you are in luck! At Sony’s PlayStation showcase today, a new trailer made its debut, which showcased the quirky and creepy feelings of the protagonist being tortured by a chilling opponent. The dark figures claimed that “people always condemn it when they are forced to face the truth” and “the world depends on the cliff of change”. At the end of his speech, he said: “A new world is coming!”
The trailer you can see above provides more hints about the story and shows the weird creatures you will face. One thing worth noting is that part of the protagonist’s face disappeared while he was fighting. The protagonist seems to have a connection with a girl on the hospital bed, and the villain uses it to taunt him. Time will tell us what all this means, but the trailer reveals that we will find the answer this spring.
For those who don’t know. Ghostwire: Tokyo is a new game from Tango Gameworks. The studio was founded by Shinji Mikami, the mastermind of “Resident Evil”, who brought us The Evil Within series. The people of Tokyo have mysteriously disappeared. Your task is to figure out what happened while using your supernatural powers to fight the weird creatures.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is a limited time exclusive game for PS5, but it will also land on PC.
Want to learn more about Ghostwire: Tokyo? Read game director Kenji Kimura’s answer to our biggest question.