Ghostwire: Tokyo Available is Now on Xbox Series Consoles and Xbox Game Pass

Tango Gameworks' recent thriller finally arrives on Xbox.

Tango Gameworks’ latest first-person supernatural action game ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ is now available for Xbox Series consoles and on Xbox Game Pass. This version of the game also marks the availability of the ‘Spider’s Thread’ content, which will also be available on all systems that Ghostwire: Tokyo is currently playable on (PC/Steam, PlayStation 5). Players can look forward to an all-new game mode, new areas to explore, extended story cutscenes, and more combat options to play with. The Xbox version of the game will also include all updates and quality-of-life features that previous platforms have enjoyed thus far.

Have a gander at the Spider’s Thread trailer below as well as the press release. Swing by this link to grab Ghostwire: Tokyo for your console or Windows 10/11 PC. If you don’t know what Ghostwire: Tokyo is, swing by Jesse’s review of the game—we’re sure you’ll love it.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Available Now on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass

Starting today, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass players can now officially get their hands on Tango Gameworks critically acclaimed, super-natural action-adventure game Ghostwire: Tokyo. In addition, Tango Gameworks has also released the Spider’s Thread Update to all platforms (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC), which brings an all-new game mode, new areas to explore, extended story cutscenes, and expanded combat options.

The Xbox launch of Ghostwire: Tokyo will include all the updates made to the game since its original release, as well as feature the Spider’s Thread Update making it the most complete version of the game. All players can look forward to new content including the Spider’s Thread game mode, featuring new areas to explore with enemies to face and skills to face them. Additionally, this update comes with an assortment of quality-of-life fixes. 

Learn more about all that’s coming with the Spider’s Thread update here.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Press Release

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