The first gameplay show for Ghostwire: Tokyo looks creepy and fun

The first gameplay show for Ghostwire: Tokyo looks creepy and fun

For the second day in a row, Sony is presenting its (console) exclusives, and tonight it was the turn of the creepy Ghostwire: Tokyo.


This paranormal action title from Bethesda's Tango Gameworks studio arranged its PS5 exclusivity even before Microsoft acquired the publisher, and was created by Shinji Mikami, creator of Resident Evil and Evil Within.


As the main character, we wake up on the empty streets of Tokyo with a mysterious voice in our heads and powers with elements of fire, water, and wind. There are also traditional and some not very traditional weapons, but also equipment such as today's unavoidable hooks in games.


So far, the longest gameplay in the video below starts at 3:50, full of terrifying creatures, morbid characters, and disturbing locations. Ghostwire: Tokyo is played as a full-blooded action title. Combining abilities and weapons look pretty fun, and how much it is, we'll find out first hand on March 25th.

 

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