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As spotted on Twitter by Klobrille, an article showcasing Bethesda’s London office on the website of workplace design company Area – which is now no longer on the site – showed images of large wall murals featuring Bethesda’s games, including Ghostwire Tokyo.
No Xbox version of the game has been officially announced to date.
Although the image has since been removed, the notion that Ghostwire Tokyo would be coming to Xbox Series X/S isn’t an enormously surprising one, given Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda in March 2021.
However, Deathloop was recently released on Xbox Series X/S roughly one year after its PlayStation 5 release (September 20, 2022 versus September 14, 2021).
If the same one-year agreement is in place for Ghostwire Tokyo, it seems likely that the game will come to Xbox Series X/S and Xbox Game Pass any time after March 25, 2023.
“At times it feels like the game’s incredible art direction, music and visual style deserve a game that’s better mechanically,” the review stated, “but when it all comes together, Ghostwire Tokyo is one of the more memorable recent games in the triple-A space, if you can ignore its gameplay stumbles.”