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It’s almost been a full year since the last we heard about GhostWire: Tokyo from Bethesda, but it appears that it’s very much alive and breathing as Bethesda is very excited to show it.
In the latest episode of We Have Cool Friends from Kinda Funny Games, Bethesda’s Vice President Pete Hines, discusses with Greg Miller of their upcoming projects, confirming that GhostWire: Tokyo is still in development.
“On both Deathloop and GhostWire, I’m really excited for you to see the game itself,” he said. “I won’t say anything now, but it does have an interesting parallel to DOOM Eternal that I’ll talk to you about once we show GhostWire, that I’m curious if you’ve picked up or noticed. After you see it, I’ll explain a little bit about it. I’m sure we’ll talk a little bit about where the connective tissue is between those two things.”
He then went on to confirm that plans for E3 are currently still happening, despite other events being canceled, and that fans should expect both GhostWire and Death Loop to make an appearance during the show. Little else is currently known about GhostWire: Tokyo, though we did get a trailer last year that you can watch down below.
We’ll be sure to keep you all updated as we inch closer to this year’s E3. Hopefully, the event doesn’t get delayed due to the Coronavirus.
Ghostwire: Tokyo has only been confirmed for Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 with no target release window. With how close next-gen console’s launches are, we expect it to most likely make its way over the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. Whether that’s only through backward compatibility or enhances features is still not yet known.