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GhostWire: Tokyo Director Hints at Possible Sequel Set in Hong Kong or Taiwan

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GhostWire: Tokyo

The “spooky” GhostWire: Tokyo was only unveiled at E3 2019, but the game’s creative director seems to already be thinking about a franchise.

Taking to Twitter, Ikumi Nakamura wrote (translated via Google) that “If you can have GhostWire: Taiwan or GhostWire: HK [Hong Kong] after Tokyo, it will be fun!” The phrasing suggests that Nakamura is already thinking about what comes after her directorial debut, though the spotty nature of online translations means that the news should be taken with a grain of salt.

The translated post also includes a comment about how “The street is also very handsome.”

https://twitter.com/nakamura193/status/1161126713775910913

Given that GhostWire: Tokyo has no set release date, Nakamura is likely just thinking about what the future may hold if it is a success, rather than confirming that Bethesda Softworks or Tango Gameworks has already commissioned a sequel.

At present, little is known about the upcoming game, though it is said to be action-adventure with horror overtones set in a near-future version of Tokyo. The haunting debut teaser is available here, and only brief glimpses of the project have been revealed since E3.

Neither platforms nor a release window for GhostWire: Tokyo have yet been confirmed.

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