GhostWire: Tokyo’s Soundtrack Now Haunts YouTube (For Free!)

The Bethesda Softworks YouTube channel has uploaded GhostWire: Tokyo‘s entire soundtrack to the platform to be streamed for free ahead of the game’s release.

Clocking in at over two and a half hours, the compilation of eerie tunes is set to an exclusive pixel-art screensaver made by the Ultimate Pixel Crew. You can listen to the entire soundtrack in this video for no cost, which is pretty handy for those who are looking forward to the game.

If you’re not sure about whether you want to check out GhostWire: Tokyo, check out our video preview below, as well as the full written final preview for the game. Plus, you can also check out our older preview of the game, from just over a month ago.

In the final preview, we said “If you were worried that Ghostwire: Tokyo traded action for horror, you’d be mistaken. There are plenty of horror elements here rolled out through some well-crafted supernatural environments and limited resources. It’s a level of challenge that is digestible for fans of these various genres, only heightened by eerie sound design and nightmarish environments.”

GhostWire: Tokyo is set to release for the PS5 and PC on March 25th.

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Spencer Legacy

Based in the arctic tundra known as Toronto, Spencer is a rotten weeb who likes RPGs, fighting games, and Jump manga.