GhostWire Tokyo has been rated by Brazil, hinting at possible release date

GhostWire: Tokyo rated for 14+ by Brazil for PC and PS5, which additionally hints at the possible release date.

GhostWire Tokyo Rated
GhostWire: Tokyo Rated by Gov. of Brazil

The year 2021 was a roller coaster ride of ups and downs for many. And adding to the numerous downs was the delay in the release of the upcoming action-adventure video game GhostWire: Tokyo.

With GhostWire: Tokyo, Tango Gameworks stray from their main genre of development of video games, which falls mostly in the survival-horror category. Although GhostWire: Tokyo does have some evident elements of horror in it, to a large extent, it’s an action-adventure video game.

GhostWire: Tokyo was all set to release earlier, but its release was delayed. But recently, the Government of Brazil released the parental rating for this game for both PC and PS5, leading players and enthusiasts to believe that it is going to come out very soon.

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Read all about the parental rating and rumors about the release of GhostWire: Tokyo here.

GhostWire: Tokyo

GhostWire: Tokyo is being developed by Tango Gameworks and will be published by Bethesda Softworks. It will release on PC and as a timed console exclusive video game on PS5. The basic plotline of GhostWire: Tokyo is that the residents of Tokyo disappear in an unnatural fog as the masked occultist Hannya raises up evil supernatural forces, proclaiming the dawn of a new age.

The playable character, Akito, the only survivor, is teamed up with a ghostly entity, with imbues him with certain powers. Akito sets out to solve the mystery of the disappearance of the Tokyo residents.

GhostWire: Tokyo Rated by the Government of Brazil, Indicating Imminent Release

The Government of Brazil rated GhostWire: Tokyo for an audience of age 14+ on December 15 2021 for both PC and PS5 by adding the game to the parental rating section of their database. This could come as a shock to some people, given the visible gory parts in the game.

The database also confirms that GhostWire: Tokyo will be released on both PC and PS5. As the game is a timed console exclusive one, it won’t be available on other consoles for 12 months, Sony confirmed last year.

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The main point to note here is that the issuance of the parental rating of GhostWire: Tokyo pretty much confirms its imminent release.

Tango Gameworks took to Twitter in mid-July to apologize for the delay, saying that they’d “made the decision to delay the launch of GhostWire: Tokyo to early 2022.” They explained that they wanted “to get the game in your hands as soon as possible so that you can experience the unforgettable version of a haunted Tokyo that we’ve been hard at work building.”

Due to the circumstances, the health of everyone at Tango Gameworks was something they could not ignore. The time expansion would give them the opportunity to create the world of GhostWire: Tokyo as they had always imagined it.

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Tango Gameworks expressed regret at the delay by thanking everyone “for being patient as we work to bring you an experience unlike anything else we’ve ever made. We can’t wait to show you more in the coming months.”

Some months back, Tango Gameworks retweeted the latest trailer of GhostWire: Tokyo, which confirmed the release of the game in the spring of 2022.

The trailer adds to the excitement that’s already sweeping across the gamers’ community for this game. Now, all we can do is wait for the game to release, and when it does, it’s going to sweep us off our feet.

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