After going quiet for some time, Shinji Mikami’s Ghostwire: Tokyo reappeared today, showing off new visuals from the upcoming supernatural thriller but otherwise offering little in the way of new info.
Shown at today’s PlayStation Showcase event, you can see some of the images from the trailer below.
Ghostwire Tokyo Trailer Screenshots — PlayStation Showcase 2021
The Oni mask bleeding black blood is perfectly scary, at least.
Despite being made by a Bethesda studio, Ghostwire: Tokyo is one of the few games that will remain PS5 console exclusives despite an acquisition by Microsoft. Mikami’s previously told us that it technically isn’t a horror game, and it was delayed to early 2022 to protect the health of staff working on it.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is still expected to be released early next year.