PS5 console unique Ghostwire Tokyo has been listed for Xbox on a wall in Bethesda‘s workplace.
As noticed on Twitter by Klobrille, an article showcasing Bethesda’s London workplace on the web site of office design firm Space – which is now now not on the location – confirmed photos of enormous wall murals that includes Bethesda’s video games, together with Ghostwire Tokyo.
Nonetheless, curiously, the Ghostwire Tokyo artwork piece listed the sport as an Xbox Sequence X/S, PlayStation 5 and PC title.
No Xbox model of the sport has been formally introduced thus far.
Ghostwire Tokyo overview | VGC
Though the picture has since been eliminated, the notion that Ghostwire Tokyo could be coming to Xbox Sequence X/S isn’t an enormously stunning one, given Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda in March 2021.
A pre-existing cope with Sony to develop two PS5 console exclusives, Deathloop and Ghostwire Tokyo, initially stopped Microsoft from releasing both sport on Xbox.
Nonetheless, Deathloop was lately launched on Xbox Sequence X/S roughly one 12 months after its PlayStation 5 launch (September 20, 2022 versus September 14, 2021).
If the identical one-year settlement is in place for Ghostwire Tokyo, it appears probably that the sport will come to Xbox Sequence X/S and Xbox Sport Move any time after March 25, 2023.
Ghostwire Tokyo was developed by Tango Gameworks and directed by Shinji Mikami. VGC’s Ghostwire Tokyo overview known as it a “memorable, however flawed action-horror sport.”
“At occasions it seems like the sport’s unbelievable artwork path, music and visible type deserve a sport that’s higher mechanically,” the overview acknowledged, “however when all of it comes collectively, Ghostwire Tokyo is likely one of the extra memorable latest video games within the triple-An area, for those who can ignore its gameplay stumbles.”