Ghostwire: Tokyo continues to look badass, which isn’t a surprise considering Shinji Mikami’s style. The launch trailer was showcased during Sony’s State of Play event, showcasing more of the game’s mysterious storyline.

For those who are unaware, there is a free prelude available on Epic Games Store and PS5, giving players a glimpse into the world of Ghostwire through the eyes of the supernatural detectives.

Ghostwire: Tokyo will be available on the PC and Playstation 5 on the 25th of March, and with Xbox now owning the studio, it will also most likely be available on Xbox and Game Pass next year when the exclusivity contract is up.

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