As the game comes to the end of its year of exclusivity with PlayStation, two good news are emerging for the title of Tango Gameworks. On April 12, a few days after its anniversary, Ghostwire: Tokyo will be present on Microsoft consoles, in addition to taking advantage of the Game Pass. But that's not all, since on the same date, an update will add content and review some details.
The excellent Tokyo city tourist guide comes to take advantage of a new outing to partially review what was wrong: the fighting. With the update scheduled for April 12, Bethesda promises new areas, a new game mode, but above all combat with more depth. If it is clear that this should make it possible to revitalize this part of the game, in addition to fully exploiting its possibilities, there is still hope that it will catch up with the rest.
However, arriving on Xbox and Game Pass at the same time, Ghostwire: Tokyo should be able to enjoy a welcome second wind. This will be an opportunity for many players to visit the capital of Japan at a lower cost and explore its fauna, flora and folklore as delirious as they are intriguing.