E3 2019 - Ghostwire: Tokyo is a New Action Adventure

E3 2019 - Ghostwire: Tokyo is a New Action Adventure

Spooky things are making people vanish.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jun 09, 2019 @ 08:45 PM (Staff Bios)
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What would you do if half of the world disappeared? What if you knew what was causing it? What if you could stop it? The city of Tokyo is experiencing a supernatural terror, and you have to do something to stop it. Introducing the supernatural world of Ghostwire: Tokyo.



Announced during the Bethesda E3 press event, Ghostwire: Tokyo is a new action-adventure game by Tango Gameworks. Not much is known about the game outside the overall plot. The official Bethesda.net page doesn't show any additional details.

Ghostwire: Tokyo will release eventually on at least one platform. More info will be available in the future.

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