There’s an update on what the dogs in Ghostwire Tokyo are capable of in-game. A new video shows Akito interacting with a Shiba Inu. After taking care of the dog, they end up digging up some in-game currency for him.
Here’s the video. It shows how Akito will actually be able to understand what the dogs are saying in Ghostwire Tokyo. Upon conversing with this dog and feeding them dog food from a convenience store, it leads them to Meika.
Take care of dogs around the city by feeding them, and they'll reward you with Meika—or even lead you to hidden collectibles. pic.twitter.com/RqRRa8mMMj
— Ghostwire: Tokyo (@playGhostwire) February 16, 2022
This isn’t the only sort of interaction available. During a hands-off preview, a dog appeared. As Akito was walking through the city, it was agitated and barking when facing an alley. This served as an alert that a Visitor was there, so the player could be on guard and ready to attack.
We also know that it is possible to pet the dogs in the game. There is even a video of Akito petting one.
Ghostwire: Tokyo will come to the PS5 and PC on March 25, 2022. People who get the Deluxe Edition will be granted early access on March 22, 2022.