A year after its initial launch, Ghostwire: Tokyo is arriving on Xbox Series X|S tomorrow, April 12. It’s available to preorder for $60, but Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can play it at launch for no extra charge on Xbox, PC, or the cloud. If you’re a PS5 owner who hasn’t checked out Ghostwire: Tokyo, Amazon has an excellent deal on the Deluxe edition. You can grab this edition for just $34, which is more than 50% off its $80 retail price. Meanwhile, PC users can pick up a Steam key for only $17.51.
The Deluxe edition comes with the base game, Streetwear Outfit Pack, and Shinobi Outfit and Kunai Weapon.
Ghostwire: Tokyo takes place in Shibuya, Japan, following a paranormal catastrophe where nearly every citizen has been transformed into a spirit–except for protagonist Akito. Using newly discovered ghost abilities, Akito is able to combat the evil spirits of Shibuya and work with the friendly ones, like the floating cats that maintain stores to purchase items.
GameSpot awarded the game an 8/10 in our Ghostwire: Tokyo review. Developer Tango Gameworks has a history of action horror games between the two Evil Within games and the fact that its founder, Shinji Mikami, directed Resident Evil 4, but Ghostwire: Tokyo is little closer to a city exploration game with some creepy elements.
“Ghostwire: Tokyo doesn’t reinvent the wheel when it comes to open-world games, but its unique setting, tremendous attention to detail, and singular combat make it stand out amongst its contemporaries,” Richard Wakeling wrote. “The story stumbles and not all of the side missions are particularly engaging, yet these aspects are easy to push to the back of your mind when you’re using finger guns to tear through corrupted spirits with dazzling aplomb. Shinji Mikami is a legendary director, but taking a backseat and letting new voices come to the fore has paid off.”
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