In the middle of the cacophony of new strikers, Ghostwire: Tokyo invades us slowly. This exclusivity of the PlayStation 5 console is only a few weeks off, and we have heard very little about it – with the exception of some practical impressions last month. Even with that, however, things felt rather muted, but Bethesda has prepared something to attract our collective attention again.
Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude is a visual novel that has just released on PS4 (and obviously playable on PS5). As you can guess, it serves to set up the main game events, following a story that leads to where the strange action adventure begins. Prelude’s trailer is certainly elegant – it will be worth seeing if you are at all interested in Tango Gameworks.
According to the press release, “players will join the mysterious KK and his supernatural detective team as they investigate an unusual disappearance.” You can choose different interactions with different characters, so it can be interesting to play several times to see how things change.
Better yet, this alphabet is totally free, so nothing stops you from taking a look. Just just to get an idea of the tone of the main game, it seems to be a useful and interesting way of engaging people. Are you going to check Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude? Do not disappear in the comments section below.