Ghostwire: Tokyo made its debut in March on PlayStation 5 and PC, however, we can confidently presume that the atmospheric item is going to be on Xbox Series X|S in the first months of 2023. Among the target platforms already mentioned are Microsoft’s consoles.
Sony entered into a partnership with Bethesda a few years ago, whereby Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo first went to gamers with PS5 and PC only.
As the Japanese guaranteed a one-year exclusivity, following the specified period Arkane Studios’ production debuted on the American manufacturer’s console on September 20, with the release of Colt’s adventure on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass.
With the rapid release of Deathloop on Xboxes in mind, we might suspect that in late March or at the very start of April, Ghostwire: Tokyo will also make its way to Microsoft’s devices and simultaneously bolster the catalog of the popular service.
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Putting it all together, Bethesda has opened a new publishing branch, whose rooms have been decorated with grandiose graphics showcasing high-profile games made by the developers.
Alongside Starfield or Deathloop, Ghostwire: Tokyo couldn’t be missing from one of the walls. You will quickly notice an annotation on the photo wallpaper regarding Xboxes.
Ghostwire: Tokyo’s debut on Xboxes isn’t much of a surprise, but probably it’s nice news for gamers who began the current generation with Series X|S Xboxes and are especially fond of Tango Gameworks’ creations.