Ghostwire: Tokyo

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Ally with a powerful spectral entity on their quest for vengeance and master a powerful arsenal of abilities to unravel the dark truth behind the disappearance as you FACE THE UNKNOWN in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
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About Ghostwire: Tokyo

About this game

Developed by Tango Gameworks and published by Bethesda Softworks.

Tokyo is in the midst of catastrophe, as all of the residents have vanished into thin air. Take control of Akito Izuki, a 22-year-old student who was on the brink of death when the supernatural occurrence happened, and experience as he finds out that a mysterious shadow, who goes by the name of KK, saved him... as long as he can protect Tokyo from this supernatural threat.

Embark on a Rescue Mission

Take control of Akito and harness KK's supernatural abilities in order to save Mari, Akito's sister. Amid the chaos, you'll experience numerous supernatural threats that stand in your way, and it'll be up to you to use everything in your arsenal to ensure Akito's success.

Explore Modern-day Tokyo in Open-world Exploration

Venture into the streets of Tokyo with its high-tech skyscrapers and explore a setting not commonly seen in open-world titles. Jump up into the rooftops to explore the desolate city, fight back the Yōkai threat, and save your sister.

A Yōkai Threat

Explore a world overtaken by the fierce Yōkai and use KK's power to dispatch them however necessary. Engage in first-person shooting and fast-paced action as you use the elements, different weapons, gadgets, and upgrades to increase your strength and trivialize the Visitors' advancements. Meet some of the most famous Yōkai from Japanese lore, such as the Tengu, Kappa, and many more, and battle equally-unique foes, such as the Marionettes, Lamentation, Paper Dolls, and many more chill-inducing foes.

Game Details

Release Date:
March 25, 2022
Developer:
Bethesda Game Studios
Publisher:
Bethesda Softworks
Rating:
ACB rating of 15
PEGI rating of 12
Supported Languages:
English +
Franchise:
Ghostwire Tokyo

Product Requirements

Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: 64bit Windows10 (version 1909 or higher)
  • Processor: Core i7 4770K @3.5ghz / Ryzen 5 2600
  • Memory: 12 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX1060 / RX5500XT / Arc A380* (VRAM 6GB or higher)
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 26 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD Storage, *Please check Intel's website for Arc compatible CPU and motherboard requirements.

Recommended:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: 64bit Windows10 (version 1909 or higher)
  • Processor: Core i7 6700 @3.4ghz / Ryzen 5 2600
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX1080 / RX5600XT / Arc A750* (VRAM 6GB or higher)
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 26 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD Storage, *Please check Intel's website for Arc compatible CPU and motherboard requirements.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Editions

Critic Reviews

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PCGamesN

70 / 100
"The main story soon falls into repetition, and its side content is bloated with busywork, but exploring and fighting your way through Tango’s eerie, detailed rendition of...

SECTOR.sk

75 / 100
"This Japanese take on ghosts set in an open world of Tokyo brings something new and fresh. Ghostwire: Tokyo comes with a good story and deep combat, but it also gets very...

Twinfinite

90 / 100
"Ghostwire: Tokyo is a must-play for anyone who loves action-adventure, even with some less than inventive design choices for its structure. And even though it is set in a city...
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Easy
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Relax & enjoy! 50%  of players consider this game to be Just Right

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Ghostwire: Tokyo User Reviews

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User Rating

Average score from 65 ratings
94% of users would recommend this.
4.3

User Ratings Breakdown

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Fanatical User
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I'm a big weenie so most horror games I pass on. But I was intrigued enough from gameplay trailers and the idea of ghosts in Tokyo. There are some jump scares, but not as bad as some other games. There's enough fighting and exploration involved that it feels closer to the kind of sandbox games I love to play. (I'm still trying to master the various fighting techniques though! Especially when you down an enemy and can then quick remove the heart.) ...I do however try not to play at night otherwise I get bad dreams because, again, I am a weenie.
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Fanatical User
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I had a blast with Ghostwire. I know a lot of people aren't, for one reason or another, but that doesn't factor into any of my feelings about the game. I played on Hard Mode, so maybe your experiences will differ from mine. I'll preface by saying that I love games that give me the freedom to just explore and take my time in the world, if I can just be set loose in a game and find fun in the world itself, I am going to. The city in this game has so much detail put into it, it's fantastic. There are collectables and items hidden everywhere and, for me, the hunt to track them down is a lot of fun. Traversal is great. You can vault over obstacles, climb onto rooftops and glide from one to another, there's even creatures that you can grapple onto to get you where you need to go faster. The verticality, along with some underground and interior areas of the city, adds a lot to the exploration and discovery. Combat is fluid and fun, very fast paced. You'll have three elemental attack abilities, each with light and heavy attacks, to choose from. Each ability functions differently. Wind attacks are mainly good for one on one fights or singling out one enemy from a group, the charged attack will send a volley of energy blasts to any enemies you're aiming towards. Water attacks are great for groups and the charged attack has a ton of AOE and knockback. Fire has the ability to pierce shields and enemies alike, the charged attack will cause an AOE explosion and toss enemies around. Abilities can be swapped very quickly at any time, so mixing and matching is simple and clean. The bow is great for long range shots and clearing corruption, I'll admit that I forget I have it a lot of the time... Along with the elemental powers and the bow, you'll gain access to charms that have varying effects. Stun charms will lay an AOE paralysis trap effecting any enemies that are caught within or enter the radius after it's used, great for getting behind for a quick purge. Thicket charms put out an ethereal shrub to block line of sight and hide you from enemies. Distraction charms are used to attract enemies to certain areas or get yourself out of tough situations. There is a charm that reveals enemy cores to expose their weakpoints for quicker takedowns. Stealth is also a viable tactic as you can use quick purge takedowns to destroy distracted/unaware enemies. Enemies come in quite a few different varieties. Early game they'll mainly be groups of the same types, but as you...
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Not sure is wort a full price but for sure worth to play.

Demon90
Verified purchase
I bought the game because of the location and can say guys and girls did great job recreating Tokyo. Gameplay is fun even after a while does get repetitive. I had fun just goofing around. Main story in the game should be longer and more interesting but overall good game.
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Recommended

Uhknawneemoose
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If you’re into Japan and its lore this game is a definite yes. The graphics are pretty and the game has a unique style. The map is large but dense, with recognizable areas. While combat is a bit limited in some respects, it is still enjoyable and the game has a variety of unique enemies. The more I play the more I like it.
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Recommended

Valihn
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Really solid game. Visually it's good looking, they did a good job adding a lot of detail to the environment. The controls are pretty intuitive, but can be a little less responsive than you'd like. The biggest complaint I have is that the enemies are pretty repetitive, you don't technically have to fight them, but if you want to level up at a decent pace you're gonna be fighting a lot of faceless guys with umbrellas
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Recommended

fu
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I am happy that Tokyo is realistically reproduced in this game. The graphics are very nice and the gameplay is satisfying.
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Recommended

Slap
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Freaking love this game. I normally hate open world type stuff but this has just the right amount of spooky and weird and fancy looking combat to make it worth it.
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You can, in fact, pet the doggos

Harpo249
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Really underrated game. It's a bit of a collect-athon but honestly it's really a fun openworld with quirky moments. (It has tons of Shibas and Tanukis, need I say more?)
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Frequently Asked Questions

There are 2 editions. They are Standard Edition and Deluxe Edition
Deluxe Edition contains:
  • Base Game
  • Streetwear Outfit Pack
  • Shinobi Outfit & Kunai Weapon
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo Game
Somewhere in the middle. 47% of GameFAQs users said Ghostwire: Tokyo is Simple or Easy. 50% of GameFAQs users said the difficulty is Just Right.
According to ACB, Ghostwire: Tokyo is suitable for players aged 15 and above.
Yes, Ghostwire: Tokyo is Steam Deck Verified.
Minimum:
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: 64bit Windows10 (version 1909 or higher)
  • Processor: Core i7 4770K @3.5ghz / Ryzen 5 2600
  • Memory: 12 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX1060 / RX5500XT / Arc A380* (VRAM 6GB or higher)
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 26 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD Storage, *Please check Intel's website for Arc compatible CPU and motherboard requirements.
Recommended:
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: 64bit Windows10 (version 1909 or higher)
  • Processor: Core i7 6700 @3.4ghz / Ryzen 5 2600
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX1080 / RX5600XT / Arc A750* (VRAM 6GB or higher)
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 26 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: SSD Storage, *Please check Intel's website for Arc compatible CPU and motherboard requirements.
The average playtime for GameFAQs users is 23 hours. 88% of users played Ghostwire: Tokyo for over 12 hours.
94% of Fanatical users recommend Ghostwire: Tokyo. The average review score is 4.3/5
Ghostwire: Tokyo was released on March 25, 2022
Ghostwire: Tokyo is published by Bethesda Softworks
Ghostwire: Tokyo was developed by Bethesda Game Studios
Fanatical users tagged Ghostwire: Tokyo as Action, Adventure, Exploration, and Action-Adventure
Fanatical users tagged Ghostwire: Tokyo as Supernatural, Atmospheric, Horror, and Lore-Rich
Yes. Fanatical users tagged Ghostwire: Tokyo as having Singleplayer
Yes, Fanatical users tagged Ghostwire: Tokyo as Action
Yes, Fanatical users tagged Ghostwire: Tokyo as Adventure
Yes, Fanatical users tagged Ghostwire: Tokyo as Exploration

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