After going quiet for a while, Shinji Mikami’s Ghostwire: Tokyo reappeared immediately, displaying off new visuals from the upcoming supernatural thriller however in any other case providing little in the way in which of recent information.
Shown at immediately’s PlayStation Showcase event, you possibly can see a few of the photos from the trailer beneath.
Ghostwire Tokyo Trailer Screenshots — PlayStation Showcase 2021
The Oni masks bleeding black blood is completely scary, at the least.
Despite being made by a Bethesda studio, Ghostwire: Tokyo is among the few video games that can remain PS5 console exclusives despite an acquisition by Microsoft. Mikami’s beforehand advised us that it technically isn’t a horror game, and it was delayed to early 2022 to guard the well being of workers engaged on it.
Ghostwire: Tokyo remains to be anticipated to be launched early subsequent yr.