Ghostwire Tokyo has just been delayed to Early 2022 for better quality and protecting the health of the employees at Tango Gameworks.
I hope that the fans do not get angry because this is a good decision for the game itself, along with the employees at Tango Gameworks.
Here’s everything else we know about Ghostwire Tokyo so far.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is confirmed to support Ray Tracing with 4k on PlayStation 5 on launch by the official PlayStation Store.
It will also support 3D Audio and many of the other features on PlayStation 5. Sony has stated these features on the PlayStation 5 feature tab
- Stunning visuals: With ray tracing and HDR*, the power and speed of the PlayStation 5 console allow you to explore Tango Gameworks’ unique vision of Tokyo twisted by a supernatural presence.
- Fast loading: Get into the action with near-instant load times and traverse the haunted streets of Tokyo without load times, thanks to the PlayStation 5 console’s ultra-high-speed SSD.
- Adaptive triggers: Whether fighting with conventional weapons or supernatural powers, adaptive triggers drive you directly into the action.
- Haptic feedback: Feel the power of your paranormal abilities with unique haptic feedback for every ability and character action in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
- Tempest 3D AudioTech on compatible headphones: An ominous giggle behind you. A distant dog’s bark. The PS5 console’s 3D audio will immerse you in the eerie streets of this unique take on Tokyo.
All of these features just sound incredible. I wish that they specified if the game would support 60 FPS as well, it probably will without 4k or ray tracing, but again a confirmation would have been nice.
Fast Loading is a feature nearly all PlayStation 5 games support, so it is not really surprising but still an amazing thing to see.