Launch of the Ghostwire launch trailer: Tokyo
In case you have lost it, Bethesda and Tango Gameworks launched the launch trailer of the next video game. GHOSTWire: Tokyo during the recent PlayStation State of Play. Since the videogame will be launched for PlayStation 5 and PC on March 25, it could be said that it is a little early for a launch trailer, so the developer has referred to him as a trailer of “pre-launch” in some cases. Be that as it may, the new trailer of the video game offers a good look at what can be expected from _Ghostwire: Tokyo when it comes out at the end of this month.
In the videogame, the players assume the role of Akito, who survives a mysterious disappearance in Tokyo thanks to the spirit of a veteran ghost hunter, KK, which merges with his body. A dangerous fog has isolated the area of the rest of the world, and Akito and KK have the task of investigating what is happening and confront Hanny, the masked character behind everything. The newly released Visual Visual Novel, free of charge, Ghostwire: Tokyo – prelude is currently available at PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 for anyone who wants to learn more about the full video game before launch.
«Easily, the most impressive part of the presentation was to see Akito and KK entangle yourself in a distortion of reality», our preview of Ghostwire: Tokyo of February reads partly. “Apparently, this is something that happens regularly in Ghostwire: Tokyo, and none of the normal rules to cross Tokyo seems to apply here. The game plays with the design of the level in the same way as in 2006. Presa at least in terms of connecting part with another, in a way that supports the disturbing and unnatural environment that is already present in the rest of the game In a honestly exciting way ».
As previously noted, GHostwire: Tokyo is scheduled to launch for PlayStation 5 and PC on March 25. Anyone reserving the Deluxe Digital Edition of the Video Game through PlayStation Store will also have anticipated access from March 22. You can check all our previous coverage of the next Gameworks tango video game and Bethesda here.
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