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Ghostwire: Tokyo Screenshots, Story, and Enemy Details Leaked

Ghostwire: Tokyo is rumored to launch on March 24 and various other details such as the Story, Enemy details and more have been leaked.

It seems that the release date for GhostWire: Tokyo and many other details of a preview that will be published by the press soon were leaked in advance. The PlayStation Store published for some time the release date of the horror game, which would be on the 24th or 25th of March, with the variation corresponding to the publication in the American and European stores. Now, various other details regarding the story as well as in-game screenshots of Ghostwire: Tokyo have been leaked.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Release Date, Screenshots, and More Leaked

ghostwire tokyo screenshots leaked

Officially, the studio Tango Gameworks gave a release forecast of Ghostwire: Tokyo for early 2022 when it announced the delay to the previously stipulated date, at the end of 2021. Now, more concrete details have been leaked focusing on the plot and gameplay details of the title.

According to a preview published accidentally by the Rock Paper Shotgun website, it seems that the publication was able to watch a closed presentation of Ghostwire: Tokyo with 30 minutes of gameplay, and was not supposed to publish its impressions until the end of an embargo on February 5th.

Before proceeding further, beware of spoiler alerts about the game.

According to the details revealed by the website, the protagonist is a Japanese man named Akito, who is possessed by the spirit of a demon hunter. Akito uses this to free Tokyo from the evil ghosts that have taken over the city. A ghost that has apparently entered Akito’s body will advise him in this new reality.

As for the enemies of Akito, you will find headless schoolgirls with bows and arrows, women with very long arms equipped with large scissors, and faceless Japanese Businessmen armed with umbrellas.

During the time of combat, the protagonist uses a special technique called Weaving, which affects spirits, blocks their attacks, and extracts their essences like a thread of gold. Akito will be able to use various elemental attacks, kill spirits with stealth, and use weapons like bow and arrow. Boss battles have also been confirmed.

In place of numbers and health bars, the damage will be represented by changes in the enemy’s appearance, such as torn umbrellas and so on. Tokyo residents will roam the streets like ghosts and Akito will need to capture them and place them in paper katashiro dolls, then send them out of the city via payphones and restore them to human form.

It will be possible to buy Katashiro and replenish other supplies at stores where floating Yokai cats act like clerks. The site’s journalist comments that GhostWire: Tokyo looks “cool, odd things,” and says the theme reminded her of the 1990s and 2000s action movies like Blade.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is a timed exclusive for PS5 and it will also release on PC. The game is slated to release on March 24th. Check out the leaked screenshot of the game below.