Thursday, July 18, 2024

Ghostwire: Tokyo Gets Xbox Series X and Game Pass Release Date


Supernatural action-adventure game by Tango Gameworks GhostWire: Tokyo Publisher Bethesda Softworks announced Wednesday that it will arrive on Xbox Series X and Microsoft’s Game Pass subscription service on April 12. GhostWire: Tokyo It will be available for both Xbox and Windows PC through Game Pass.

Compatible with GhostWire: TokyoThe Xbox Series X version is a free update to the original game on PlayStation 5 and PC. The “Spider’s Thread” update, as Tango and Bethesda call it, will add new locations around Tokyo, which include new missions and additional puzzles to solve. According to the developer, the game’s core story will also be updated with “expanded cutscenes, giving players a deeper insight into the plot.”

The free update will also include the Spider’s Thread game mode, described as “a gauntlet of 30 stages chosen from over 120 handcrafted levels with one simple goal: get to the end.” In the mysterious roguelike voice mode, players will unlock skills as they play and earn in-game currency to spend on upgrades. Spider’s Thread content will also be coming to Xbox Series X GhostWire: Tokyo at launch.

GhostWire: Tokyo The game originally launched on PlayStation 5 and Windows PC on March 25, 2022. The game was a PS5 console exclusive, a deal made prior to Microsoft’s acquisition of publisher Bethesda Softworks in 2020. Another Bethesda game released for PS5 first As part of that deal were Arkan Studios deathlopwhich hit Sony’s current console in September 2021. deathlop It made its way to Xbox Series X one year later, arriving as a Day 1 Game Pass release and receiving an update similar to GhostWire: Tokyo‘s.

In Polygon’s review of GhostWire: TokyoExclaim!, critic Justin McElroy wrote positively of the game’s well-designed world and charming diversions, but found the gameplay daunting. “It was probably the nicest thing I could say about him GhostWire: Tokyo It is such an endearing experience,” we said. “There is so much interest on display, from the cultural details in the lovely side stories to the rendering of the world swept away by the rain itself. But whatever magic is there, it gets bogged down by frustrating design decisions and sluggish mechanics.”

Tango Gameworks followed GhostWire: Tokyo With the sudden release of the rhythm action game Hi Fay Rush in january.

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