Ghostwire Tokyo receives a new trailer at Quakecon

Ghostwire Tokyo receives a new trailer at Quakecon

The digital event showcased Shinji Mikami and the ability to pet dogs.

Ghostwire Tokyo is a brand new action-adventure IP, that will focus on mystery disappearances with a supernatural flavour. In detail, the game has Shinji Mikami at the helm. Mikami is the mastermind behind the Resident Evil franchise, which is a viable reason for excitement. However, since E3 2019 the game remained silent, we didn’t hear or see much from it.


Bethesda Softworks, the publisher of the game has recently released a trailer. In particular, the trailer was a part of the Quakecon at Home event. In the trailer, we see Shinji Mikami appearing and talking about Ghostwire Tokyo. Apparently, the game has many connections to Japanese folklore and mythology. Nonetheless, the trailer is really short and sharp. Conversely, we don’t know how detailed the supernatural side of things.

Previously, Gameinformer published an interview to look at the game in detail. Accordingly, the game will have a detailed rendition of Tokyo with its iconic landmarks. Furthermore, there will be places where only the locals know, with lots of mysteries to solve. Also, the game’s action-adventure features will host exploration. Indeed, Shinji Mikami’s last game was The Evil Within, so the exploration feature of the game might be a bit linear.

The game is under development by Tango Gameworks and will release for PS5 and PC. Even if we don’t know the exact release date, we know they aim for 2021.

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