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Like the recent arrival of Deathloop on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass it’s only a matter of time before Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo makes its way to Xbox. As a game from a first-party studio, the PlayStation 5 console exclusive is expected to drop on Xbox Series X|S pretty much one year to the day after its March 22, 2022 launch.

Deathloop’s Xbox debut kind of came out of nowhere in the same way, with reports indicating that part of Sony's deals around exclusivity is that developers and publishers (in this case Bethesda) cannot mention other platforms or console versions until the exclusivity period expires.

So on that note, like Deathloop, Ghostwire should arrive on Xbox (and as a part of Xbox Game Pass) on March 22, 2023.And with Twitter user Klobrille noticing that the Bethesda offices in London already list Xbox Series X|S as platforms for Ghostwire: Tokyo, the release is a given.

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