Bethesda and Tango Gameworks delay Ghostwire: Tokyo to 2022

Ghostwire: Tokyo, the next video game from The Evil Within designer Tango Gameworks, won’t make its formerly arranged release date. Initially anticipated in 2021, the video game has actually been postponed to at some point in “early 2022,” the studio revealed Tuesday in a declaration published to the video game’s main Twitter account.

“We want to get the game in your hands as soon as possible so you can experience the unforgettable version of a haunted Tokyo that we’ve been hard at work building,” the designer stated. “At the same time, we’re also focused on protecting the health of everyone at Tango. Our new release window will give us time to bring the world of Ghostwire to life as we’ve always envisioned it.”

Tango Gameworks stated it will reveal more of Ghostwire: Tokyo “in the coming months.”

Ghostwire: Tokyo was very first revealed in 2019 at publisher Bethesda Softworks’ E3 press occasion. The modern-day scary video game amassed attention not simply for its designer pedigree, however due to previous innovative director Ikumi Nakamura’s captivating on-stage existence. Nakamura has actually given that left the task and Tango.

The story of Ghostwire: Tokyo includes unusual disappearances in Tokyo; it’s up to the gamer to reveal the source of that phenomenon and “purge the city of a strange, new evil.” Gamers will wield spectral capabilities as they deal with an occult hazard and unwind conspiracy theories and urban myths, according to the video game’s main description.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is, like Arkane Studios’ Deathloop, a timed PlayStation 5 special that’s likewise pertaining to Windows PC. An October 2021 release window was exposed previously this year by Sony Interactive Home Entertainment, however Ghostwire: Tokyo never ever had a company revealed release date.

Tango Gameworks was established in 2010 by previous Capcom staff member Shinji Mikami. The group launched The Evil Within in 2014 and The Evil Within 2 in 2017 through moms and dad business Bethesda Softworks, which is now owned by Microsoft.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.