The name Shinji Mikami should be familiar to anyone who's a fan of the survival horror genre.
The game is in development at Tango Gameworks and it's an action adventure game in which players will fight against a supernatural evil. GhostWire is an action-adventure title where you'll have to do battle with the paranormal.
If you're keen to see more check out the game's E3 trailer below.
Set in modern day Tokyo, people are literally vanishing in front of your eyes all over the city. Armed with your own mysterious spectral abilities, you will face down the occult, unravel conspiracy theories and experience urban legends like never before. While the trailer doesn't give much away, we're crossing our fingers that it will deliver the same brand of supremely spooky mystery that we've come to expect from Mikami and his creative collaborators.
Ghostwire Tokyo doesn't have a release date yet, but we'll keep you posted on any details as soon as we get them. Ghost Wire: Tokyo looks fantastic and we're eager to find out more about the game and Nakamura's unique vision over the coming months.
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