Bethesda and Tango Gameworks have announced that their narrative-driven action adventure, Ghostwire: Tokyo, has achieved over six million players worldwide. It’s worth emphasizing that this does not mean sales since Game Pass and whatnot are factored in here. A new illustration was shared to commemorate this achieved feat.
Ghostwire: Tokyo features a narrative revolving around strange disappearances in Tokyo. Players will need to find the source of the evil and purge the city using their own special abilities. The game features a story intertwined with occult leaders, conspiracy theories, and legends. The title also received the Spider’s Thread update, adding various new content.
The new game mode comprises a 30-stage gauntlet from over 120 hand-crafted levels. Players will need to simply reach the end of these stages as they clear challenges, unlock more skills, and earn additional in-game currency used to obtain upgrades like the Charge Rush and the Counter Attack.
New locations include the local Middle School area, with more missions to complete and mysteries to solve. As for the extended story cutscenes, details are vague, but players will be provided more context of the game’s plot. Moreover, examples of new enemies are the invisible Silent Gaze and the Retribution.
You can view the new artwork celebrating six million players for Ghostwire: Tokyo below:
In case you missed it, check out our review of the game’s port on Xbox Series X.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.
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