Ghostwire: Tokyo Coming To Xbox Game Pass This April — New Update Coming With It

Ghost­wire: Tokyo is head­ing to Xbox on April 21st, announced by Microsoft and Bethes­da. The game orig­i­nal­ly released in March 2022 for the PlaySta­tion 5 and PC, so this will be its first time on Xbox. Devel­op­er Tan­go Game­works is owned by Microsoft, but this was­n’t the case when their pub­lish­er, Bethes­da, signed a con­sole exclu­siv­i­ty deal with PlayStation.

Ghost­wire: Tokyo will be avail­able on Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass.

The game will also get an update on April 12th, titled Spi­der’s Thread. It adds a new mode, new loca­tions, added cutscenes, and qual­i­ty-of-life improve­ments. This update will also be released for the PS5 and PC ver­sions as well.

Spi­der’s Thread will take play­ers into a “30-stage gaunt­let” with the goal being the sur­vival of the play­er.  “As play­ers clear chal­lenges and com­plete stages, they will unlock more skills and earn in-game cur­ren­cy to spend on upgrades,” Microsoft said.

Addi­tion­al mis­sions will come with this update too, while the main sto­ry will have extra cutscenes added to give play­ers a “deep­er look” into the game’s narrative.

Last­ly, new ene­mies will be arriv­ing to Ghost­wire: Tokyo in April. This includes the Silent Gaze–an invis­i­ble enemy–and the Ret­ri­bu­tion, which is described as “elu­sive.” Play­ers get new skills as well, such as Charge Rush and Counter Attack.

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