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Sony Shares Exciting New Gameplay Footage of Ghostwire: Tokyo

by Morgan Shaver

During the PlayStation Showcase on September 9, new gameplay footage of Ghostwire: Tokyo from developer Tango Gameworks was shown. This is the most we’ve seen of Ghostwire Tokyo since it was first announced back at E3 2019 and so far… it looks pretty good! 

Sony Shares Exciting New Gameplay Footage of Ghostwire: Tokyo 

If you’ve been eagerly awaiting new information about Ghostwire: Tokyo, you’re in luck as a closer look at gameplay was shown today during the PlayStation Showcase. While there’s still a lot we don’t know about Ghostwire: Tokyo, we do know that it’s looking pretty rad so far. 

Gameplay seems to center around using supernatural abilities to combat paranormal entities with unique abilities of their own. We see quite a bit of this in the new gameplay trailer, often from a first-person perspective. 

Shooting beams of light from your hands in karate-esque ways looks like extremely fun. We also appreciated the doses of humor embedded in the trailer like when a headless ghost launches into a drop-kick.

To make try and make sense of it all, here’s the information shared in the description box for the new gameplay trailer


“Tokyo is overrun by deadly supernatural forces, perpetrated by a dangerous occultist known as Hannya, causing Tokyo’s population to vanish in an instant.

Ally with a powerful spectral entity on their quest for vengeance and master a powerful arsenal of abilities to unravel the dark truth behind the disappearance as you FACE THE UNKNOWN in Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Ghostwire: Tokyo arrives on PlayStation 5 in Spring 2022.” 

It’s somewhat surprising to hear that Ghostwire: Tokyo is set to release as early as Spring 2022, though we’ve still yet to receive an official release date and many games have endured delays  so we may see the game delayed if it’s not ready by Spring 2022.

Be sure to check back, as we’ll share updates on Ghostwire: Tokyo as soon as new information comes out. Until then, what did you think of the new trailer for Ghostwire: Tokyo? Does the game look like something you’d want to play?

Let us know on our social media channels including Facebook and Twitter!

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Morgan Shaver

Morgan is a writer, metalhead, horror lover, and indie game enthusiast. When it comes to games, they love nothing more than to wax poetic about all the latest and greatest indies to anyone who'll listen. They're also a Tetris fanatic who's fiercely competitive in games like Tetris 99... and all games in general. But mostly Tetris. You can follow Morgan on Twitter @Author_MShaver