Ghostwire: Tokyo will get an additional DLC expansion or a sequel to the story mode.

Ghostwire: Tokyo will get an additional DLC expansion or a sequel to the story mode.

Coming back to Shibuya is now possible

The survival horror game Ghostwire: Tokyo is one of the most interesting mystery games released this year, developed and published by Tango Gameworks studio by Microsoft subsidiary Bethesda Softworks.

The game was released at the end of March of this year, and it won great admiration and very positive reviews by players and critics alike. You can also see our official review of the game by visiting this link.

It wouldn’t come as a surprise to us that a game for Ghostwire: Tokyo will get additional content or a sequel in the near future, given its original story and ideas filled with action, which the game director personally stated that he would like to do so in the near future.

In a recent interview with IGN Japan, game director Kenji Kimura talked about returning to the city where Shibuya was voiced, and confirmed that in the future he would be willing to make an expansion or sequel to Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Through this interview, we learned that the veteran Japanese developer Shinji Mikami, considered the godfather and creator of the Resident Evil series, was not involved in developing the game as everyone thought, as he is currently the studio director.

We remind our followers that the life span in order to 100 percent complete all the main and side stories in the game will take from 30 to 40 hours, while the life of the main story of the game will be about 15 hours only, and this is if you play the game without skipping and engage in many exciting fights without rushing And follow the path completely.

Ghostwire Tokyo was released on the 25th of March on PlayStation 5 and PC, and it is not known when it will be released on Xbox.

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