The also authors The Evil Within have confirmed it on social networks, sharing the reasons for the decision.
We had not known anything about GhostWire: Tokyo, the new game led by Shinji Mikami, creator of sagas such as Resident Evil or director of The Evil Within. The title for PC and PS5 will not arrive this year as planned, but has been delayed until early 2022, as they have communicated on social networks.
They promise to teach more slurp the game in the coming monthsTango Gameworks, responsible for the project, indicate that they want to deliver the adventure to the players as soon as possible, but also that They are working hard to offer an unforgettable and unique vision of Tokyo. They also say that they have been focused on protecting the health of the study workers due to the health situation, which has caused the project to drag on and have to wait a little longer to make it happen and that they can offer the experience they have in mind .
At the same time, they appreciate the patience of the players to bring “an experience like never seen before”, and promise that we teach more about Ghostwire Tokyo over the next few months. You have to remember that it is exclusive on PS5 consoles due to an agreement between Bethesda and Sony before the publisher was bought by Xbox.
So, we will have to wait until next year to enjoy the new Shinji Mikami, which will take us to a particular version of Tokyo in which a series of strange disappearances are emerging. The player will have to discover the origin of this evil using special abilities, in an adventure that promises suspense, dark mythology and lots of action.
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