Ghostwire: Tokyo, the story of a supernatural warrior (who is you) who fights the evil spirits that haunt the city of Tokyo after almost all its citizens have disappeared due to some mysterious event, s & # 39; Has delayed. No solid release date had actually been announced, but it was expected to come out sometime this year. However, today the developer Tango Gameworks announced that it has decided to promote the game in early 2022.
"We want to have the game in your hands as soon as possible so you can experience the unforgettable version of a haunted Tokyo that we've been working hard on," Tango Gameworks posted on Twitter. "At the same time, we are also focused on protecting everyone's health at Tango. Our new launch window will give us time to bring the world of Ghostwire to life as we have always imagined."
A Ghostwire update: Tokyo from @TangoGameworks: pic.twitter.com/hK3TF23A8oJuly 13, 2021
Delays are always a nuisance (but as the saying goes, they’re usually preferable to the scheduled schedule with a shitty game), but the good news (or bad, I guess, depending on how you feel about your delay) is that change makes 2022, which is already shaping up to be one of the best years of PC gaming, even stronger.
It could be particularly huge for Bethesda, which along with Ghostwire: Tokyo (Tango Gameworks is owned by ZeniMax Media and Bethesda is the publisher) is also releasing Arkane co-op, Redfall, and the highly anticipated sci-fi RPG Starfield. But there are also enough others, including the strongest ones like Elden Ring, Kerbal Space Program 2 and Stalker 2, the Avatar game we are ready to get angry with, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, Ark 2 with Vin Diesel and more: see the full list here.
And, despite the delay of Ghostwire: Tokyo, there are still many things going on in 2021, including Deathloop (another Bethesda board), Far Cry 6, Battlefield 2042, and Halo Infinite. Stay on top of everyone with our list of all new games. arriving in 2021.