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Ghostwire: Tokyo is on track for a March 25 release on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, and today we got a good look at what to expect thanks to some extended gameplay and behind the scenes talk from Tango Gameworks. Moderated by none other than Shinji Mikami (creator of Resident Evil).

For those expecting a survival horror you might be surprised to learn that this looks to be more of an open-world first-person action-adventure. Though a genuinely creepy one at that. What stands out most of all though are the vibrant pyrotechnics, enemy designs, gorgeous modern-day Tokyo setting, and incredible hand animations... which you'll get as soon as you see them.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is set in modern-day Tokyo after a mass disappearance of its citizens. The story begins at Shibuya’s famous Scramble Crossing, renowned as one of the world’s busiest pedestrian intersections. In an instant, everyone vanishes — except for our protagonist Akito, who suddenly finds himself caught up in events beyond imagination.

A dangerous fog sets in and blurs the line between the normal and the paranormal, sealing Shibuya off from the rest of the world. As Akito, you’ll explore this transformed place and uncover pieces of the mystery of the mass disappearance, your lost family and Hannya, the masked man behind it all.

Stay tuned as we'll have more on Ghostwire: Tokyo in the coming days.

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