Pre-orders of the Digital Deluxe Edition on PS5 can play the full game now. Pre-loads are live for PC ahead of its release on March 25th.
30 FPS has been specified as the target but PC players can run the game in 60 FPS or at an uncapped frame rate depending on their set-up.
Pre-loads start today at 10 AM PT/1 PM ET/5 PM GMT on Steam. North America and South America can start playing at 9 PM PT on March 24th.
Ghostwire: Tokyo's open world structure is formulaic, but the game still boasts enjoyable combat, fun exploration, and well-designed quests.
New IGN video showcases Ghostwire: Tokyo running on a PC with all settings set to "Cinematic Quality" and full ray tracing enabled.
"If there's an opportunity to create DLC, then that's something that we'll probably want to think about," says producer Masato Kimura.
Another "Into the Starfield" behind-the-scenes video sees the developers talking about how the upcoming RPG builds on what Bethesda always does best.
New details have emerged on the graphical and technical aspects of the upcoming Ghostwire: Tokyo's PC version.
Adaptive triggers, haptic feedback and the in-built speaker are all utilized, whether in combat or exploring the city of Tokyo.
High Frame-Rate options for Quality and Performance Mode, with and without V-Sync, are also available for players to choose.
If you're just completing the main missions, then it will be about 15 hours. This bumps up to 30 to 40 hours if you also do all of the side content.
After having gone through the first two chapters of the game over the course of roughly five hours, here are our key takeaways.
Watch Akito and KK exploring Tokyo and battling various Visitors ahead of the game's launch on March 25th for PS5 and PC.
"We've got a lot of fun, cool stuff that I can't wait to tell people about. Stuff that's beyond this year," says design director Mark Tucker.
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It seems the development studio might be working on a new game called SpyTeam, as more recent trademark filings suggest.
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Set in Shibuya, the prelude visual novel – titled "The Corrupted Casefile" – will lead directly into the events of the upcoming game.
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