Ghostwire Tokyo Rated In Korea, Release Date Imminent

Ghostwire Tokyo has been rated by the Korean Age Ratings Board

Ghostwire: Tokyo is an action-adventure game that incorporates horror and survival elements, blending them to create an enchanting experience. It’s been worked on by Tango Gameworks and published by Bethesda Softworks. The action-adventure part of the game is enveloped by its unique story. This massive paranormal event causes the sudden disappearance of 99% of the population while spirits from Japanese folklore storm Tokyo. Players will acquire special supernatural abilities to face these entities that threaten peace to solve the disappearances and will ultimately try to figure out the reasoning behind such a calamity.

This game blends modern Tokyo featuring an unparalleled mix of contemporary cityscapes, deep dark alleyways, and beautiful ancient temples. Incorporating it in a never seen before way. And sprinkling a large number of supernatural twists. Those familiar with Tokyo itself will be immersed by its barren and menacing yet grandeur metropolis full of display with enigmatic landmarks including Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo Tower, and more. Ghostwire Tokyo mixes martial arts with supernatural abilities in combat, giving players a very fluid experience and adding further personality in characters. 

Ghostwire: Tokyo Rated In Korea

Ghostwire: Tokyo Rated In Korea
ESRB rating in Korea

Game Contents Classification Committee recently rated Ghostwire: Tokyo as 15, Everyone in Korea due to fictional horror and survival elements with violence. Though not excessive, it still mustered up the rating to 15. Another cause is the realistic graphical representation of the body of persons and monsters.

Although the game has been in the works since its announcement in 2019, not a lot has been revealed about it. The only light we have is mere speculation to traverse through the fog that envelops this game. The exact release date hasn’t been revealed either. Leaving fans to wonder about the precise day it drops. But we do know that it is coming out in early 2022, in the spring. This is further backed up by this news as games usually get rated when they are nearing release. 

The latest trailer released by Tango Gameworks is the PlayStation Showcase 2021 “Hannya” trailer. It gives us the best look at what to expect from the game, gameplay-wise, and further shows us insight into how the experience will be. It reveals several supernatural beings and paranormal powers used by our (yet unnamed) protagonist. 

YouTube video

Watching the showcase builds up our hype for the game. We would love to know your thoughts about Ghostwire: Tokyo. Let us know in the comments whether you are excited for the game or not.

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