Kenji Kimura, the director behind Tango Gameworks† Ghostwire: Tokyohas expressed interest in developing DLC for the haunted adventure game, as well as a full-length sequel.
Speak IGN JapanKimura-san made it clear that nothing has been committed yet regarding plans for DLC or Ghostwire: Tokyo 2, but he’s absolutely thrilled with the idea.
I think when things calm down a bit, and when I cool down a bit, I’ll have ideas for DLC and sequels, and I want to make them. Nothing has been decided yet, so I can’t tell you more than that.
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Ghostwire Tokyo was released in March 2022 for PS5 and PC. Given that Microsoft now owns publisher Bethesda, it remains uncertain whether a potential sequel would ever see the light of day on a PlayStation platform. Hopefully we’ll at least get some DLC, right?
Bethesda recently patched Ghostwire Tokyo with PS5 VRR support.
[Source – IGN Japan via GamesRadar]
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