After making a name for itself in the survival horror space with The Evil Within and its sequel, developer Tango Gameworks aims to focus more on action elements in its upcoming game, Ghostwire: Tokyo. It's a notable shift which, alongside the title's first-person perspective and neon-lit streets, have prompted many to wonder if it might come to Xbox Game Pass or its PC counterpart in 2022.
At the same time, Ghostwire: Tokyo doesn't completely shy away from paranormal events or horrifying foes, offering plenty of both as players set off to explore its city. Your quest to save your family will see you dispatching many supernatural enemies that have taken the place of the regular population, harnessing the power of different magic spells, and, most importantly, petting at least one dog. Here's what we know about the game's presence on PC Game Pass.
Ghostwire: Tokyo Xbox Game Pass
Ghostwire: Tokyo was not available on Xbox Game Pass or its PC counterpart at launch. The title was initially confirmed to be a PS5 console exclusive for at least one year.
This pretty much guaranteed that Xbox users wouldn't get their hands on it at all in March 2022, let alone through Microsoft's popular subscription service.
- Ghostwire: Tokyo Xbox/PC Game Pass status: Available as of April 12, 2023
We expected Ghostwire: Tokyo to arrive on Xbox Game Pass whenever it launches on Microsoft's console in 2023, especially given how publisher Bethesda Softworks is now owned by Microsoft, which ultimately proved to be true.
The first-person action game is now confirmed to make its way to both Xbox and PC Game Pass on April 12, 2023, when it launches on Xbox Series X/S. For our thoughts on Ghostwire: Tokyo, check out our PC review.
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