- The latest update for Ghostwire: Tokyo brings major improvements along with an expanded campaign and a brand-new game mode.
- The patch addresses several bugs for improved stability while enhancing the overall performance of the game.
Ghostwire: Tokyo‘s highly anticipated adds a breadth of new content to the game along with extra trophies, significant quality-of-life improvements, and bug fixes. The official patch notes go into detail about the new features while providing extra context on the brand-new game mode and several other single-player additions including an expanded enemy roster.
Improvements to Ghostwire: Tokyo’s systems include a streamlined user interface. Players will now be able to see an icon representing the type of food or drink that is currently equipped. Moreover, the ability to change contrast levels for subtitles has been added to the game for enhanced readability. Some key binding settings have been improved and are now individually assignable along with a new wish.
Furthermore, new trophies were added to Ghostwire: Tokyo as part of the Spider’s Thread update. As the game now has new areas to explore, several trophies related to the areas were made available. These range from having to acquire certain collectibles, completing certain game modes, hitting a specific milestone at capsule machines, and defeating enemies in-game.
Moving on, conditions to unlock existing trophies were adjusted as well. Some of these featured trophies include Salvation of All, Hero of Shibuya, Power Overwhelming, Visiting Hours Are Over, and Talismania. Keep in mind that some of these achievements do not include the content added in Spider’s Thread. Aside from the adjustments and new features, the game has also received performance and stability fixes.
Overall performance for Ghostwire: Tokyo has been improved along with various issues related to Photo Mode and Utena Space sequence being addressed. Discrepancies related to the Mission section of the HUD along with various emotes and cosmetic outfits were adjusted as well. In addition, a bug that prevented the locker in the “Crimson Moon” side mission from being interacted with has been ironed out.
Aside from all these new additions, the highlight of this update is the expanded campaign and a brand-new rogue-lite mode. Players will now be able to experience added story tidbits along with new cutscenes. While this is sure to enhance the narrative, the rogue-lite mode further increases the replay value of Ghostwire: Tokyo.
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