Originally targeting an October 2021 release, Tango Gameworks’ PS5 unique Ghostwire: Tokyo has been delayed into 2022. The developer cites a give attention to defending the well being of the group as one of the major causes for the delay, which seems to imply they don’t need to crunch in the ultimate run up to launch.

The full message from Tango Gameworks reads:

We’ve made the determination to delay the launch of Ghostwire: Tokyo to early 2022.

We need to get the sport in your palms as quickly as potential so you’ll be able to expertise the unforgettable model of a haunted Tokyo that we’ve been arduous at work constructing. At the similar time, we’re additionally targeted on defending the well being of everybody at Tango. Our new launch window will give us time to convey the world of Ghostwire to life as we’ve at all times envisioned it.

Thank you for being affected person as we work to convey you an expertise not like anything we’ve ever made. We can’t wait to present you extra in the coming months.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is one other Bethesda PS5 console unique settlement made earlier than the writer was purchased out by Microsoft. Originally announced in 2019, Ghostwire: Tokyo gameplay was moreover shown via the PS5 showcase in 2020. It will make particularly interesting use of the DualSense controller as a kind of sixth sense ability to detect supernatural presences in the sport, in addition to numerous makes use of in fight, together with the controller “powering up” as your talents do, so you’ll be able to really really feel your self get stronger all through the course of the sport.

Ghostwire: Tokyo will now launch in early 2022 for PS5 and PC. Tango Gameworks hasn’t settled on a extra agency launch window simply but, however we’ll make certain to let you understand any extra updates from the studio as the launch approaches. Tango Gameworks additionally guarantees to present extra of the sport all through the relaxation of this 12 months.