Ghostwire: Tokyo Xbox Series X Version and Spider’s Thread Update Arrive in April

Ghostwire: Tokyo Xbox Series X Version and Spider’s Thread Update Arrive in April

Ghostwire: Tokyo is coming to another platform. Tango Gameworks announced an Xbox Series X version of the game. Ghostwire: Tokyo will come to the Xbox on April 12, 2023, the same day a free Spider’s Thread update arrives on the PS5 and PC. It will also be a day one Xbox Game Pass release for both the console and PC version.

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When Spider’s Thread arrives, it will both add to existing areas and bring in entirely new experiences. The main story’s cutscenes will, in some cases, be longer. People will also see Retribution and Silent Gaze Visitors wandering Tokyo. Akito will learn new skills, with Charge Rush and Counter Attack being the two named in the announcement. People can also explore a Tokyo Middle school to encounter its otherworldly visitors.

As for the name “Spider’s Web,” it applies to the new Ghostwire: Tokyo update mode. Tango Gameworks created 120 levels. When someone enters Spider’s Web, 30 of them will be randomly chosen. They’ll need to survive until the end. As they complete each area, they’ll gradually be able to make Akito stronger.

Ghostwire: Tokyo originally debuted on the PS5 and PC in 2022. It was revealed to be a timed exclusive, with that now apparently set to expire in April. People follow Akito as a fog descends on Tokyo. As Akito is paired up with the spirit KK, the two must stop the person responsible for the sudden supernatural events in Tokyo and deal with Visitors by performing spells and special attacks with Kuji-kiri gestures.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is available on the PS5 and PC now, and the Xbox Series X version and free Spider’s Thread update will arrive on April 12, 2023.

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