Ghostwire: Tokyo Director Talks Sequel


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Ghostwire: Tokyo may not have received sparkling reviews when it launched last March, but it looks like the team at Tango Gameworks already has their sights set on an expansion—but only in the long run.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Director Talks Sequel

IN an interview with IGN Japan (via GamesRadar), game director Kenji Kimura explains, “I think that when things calm down a bit more, and when I’ve cooled down a bit more, I’ll have ideas for DLC and sequels, and I’ll want to make them… Nothing has been decided yet, so I can’t tell you anything more than that.”

We don’t know where a sequel could go, but we should expect more of the game’s cityscape visuals added with unique Japanese-inspired monsters.

If anything, a sequel would be the perfect platform for Tango Gameworks to really figure out the kinks that the game launched with. While the world and gameplay is visually stunning, multiple reviews have talked about how repetitive the game felt at times, and how there is a lack of variety when it comes to gameplay.

With the game being a PS5 exclusive, I’m sure there are some players with PS4s who would love to jump in on the fun. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see what Tango comes up with in the future.

In an instant, nearly all of Tokyo’s population vanishes, and paranormal Visitors from another world take their place in the streets. As Akito, one of the city’s last living humans, you must join forces with a spirit named KK to end the supernatural threat encroaching on Tokyo.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is now playable for PS5 and PC.

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