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Ghostwire: Tokyo Release Date Leaked Via PlayStation Store

Ghostwire: Tokyo, Sony's new exclusive console made by Shinji Mikami's studio, could be released on March 24, 2022, according to a leak.

According to some reports, Ghostwire: Tokyo, the new game from the Tango Gameworks studio, could have a very likely definitive release date. The PlayStation Store has leaked the release date of Ghostwire: Tokyo for PC and PS5. Check out the detailed information about the game below.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Release Date Leaked

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The information about Ghostwire: Tokyo’s release date, which has yet to be confirmed by Bethesda and the studio itself, comes from the PlayStation Store for PS5. The MP1ST site first released a series of images this afternoon revealing that Ghostwire Tokyo, for the Sony store, will be available from March 24, 2022.

From our lookout, no PS Store page shows this possible launch date, but other ResetEra forum members like Sal Romano and poklane have shared screenshots with a launch date. The poklane image, curiously, shows March 25, 2022, as the release date, not March 24.

It’s worth noting that while this could potentially be a mistake, last year Tango Gameworks made it known that it would release the game in spring 2022, so the date is pretty credible.

The game confirms the presence of ray-tracing and HDR. While the team hasn’t officially confirmed the game’s resolution and frame rate, it appears to be aiming for dynamic 4K with ray tracing at this stage. It will also take advantage of DualSense’s adaptive triggers, as well as Tempest 3D audio for a realistic experience.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is a supernatural first-person action-adventure, in which players will control a man intent on chasing away ghosts that have appeared on the streets of the capital of Japan. The game is produced by Tango Gameworks, studio of The Evil Within and The Evil Within 2, and has been in production for at least three years.

Waiting to learn more officially, we remind you that Ghostwire: Tokyo will be released on PC and PS5 as a temporary exclusive, even if now the studio is owned by Microsoft.