It seems that the Ghostwire: Tokyo release date has been revealed -- multiple regional PlayStation Store pages have listed a March 2022 launch date for this upcoming game.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is an upcoming game from Tango Gameworks that was first announced at E3 2019, the same developer who brought us the games in The Evil Within franchise. The announcement itself became an Internet meme thanks to the charming presentation from Ikumi Nakamura, an artist who announced that she was leaving the company a few months after that year's E3.
In the time since then, we got a first look at some gameplay and learned that you can pet the dog in the game, but there were also some troubles -- Ghostwire: Tokyo was one of the many games that announced a launch date delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic last year. Now, evidence is mounting that the Ghostwire: Tokyo release date may have finally been locked in.
When is the Ghostwire: Tokyo Release Date?
The Ghostwire: Tokyo release date is March 24, 2022, according to the New Zealand PlayStation Store page. The same date has also been quietly listed on the U.K. PlayStation Store. However, it should be noted that this date has not been confirmed on the U.S. PlayStation Store page.
The reports of the Ghostwire: Tokyo release date announcement came through MP1st (via Reddit). While this release date has not yet been announced on the game's official Twitter account, the developer's Twitter account, or the publisher's Twitter account, the fact that multiple PlayStation Store pages are listing it is probably a good indicator that this release date is real.
Update (January 20, 2022 - 9:42 PM) - The March 24, 2022, release date has now been removed from the New Zealand and U.K. PlayStation Store pages.
It should be noted, however, that we still don't yet know which PC storefront or storefronts the game will be launching on -- as a result, we can't yet be certain about the PC release date for this game. You can't pre-purchase Ghostwire: Tokyo just yet, but you can keep an eye on its official website for now.
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