Ghostwire: Tokyo has been postponed into mid 2022 to ‘secure the wellbeing’ of those dealing with the game.
Declared on Twitter, designer Tango Gameworks expressed gratitude toward fans for their understanding, and vowed to show a greater amount of the extraordinary activity game in the coming months. “Our new delivery window will give us an opportunity to rejuvenate the universe of Ghostwire as we’ve generally imagined it.
While no particular thinking was given for the postponement, securing the soundness of workers could come down to COVID-19 related creation issues (especially in the midst of a new spike in cases in Japan), or staying away from crunch culture at the studio. It might well allude to both.
Ghostwire: Tokyo was recently set to dispatch for PS5 and PC this year. It’s the freshest game from incredible chief Shinji Mikami and his Tango Gameworks studio (The Evil Within) and, while it incorporates repulsiveness themes, it’s anything but’s an activity experience game.
In spite of Xbox purchasing Tango Gameworks’ parent organization, ZeniMax Media, PS5 eliteness arrangements will be regarded for both Ghostwire: Tokyo and Deathloop. Notwithstanding, Deathloop’s selectiveness will ultimately break, and you can anticipate Ghostwire: Tokyo to see a comparative arrangement. Microsoft has not yet remarked on when Xbox variants of the games could show up.
It’s a long way from the solitary game deferred for the current year, and it’s a pattern that is set to proceed. Ghostwire isn’t even the primary game postponed today, with Just Cause Mobile likewise seeing a surprising drive into 2022.