Tango GameWorks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo is rated in Korea.
As reported by Gematsu in the tweet seen below, Tango GameWorks’ new PS5-exclusive venture is rated in Korea. going to the officer korean rating board Website, you can see that Ghostwire: Tokyo is officially rated 15.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is rated in Korea: https://t.co/fLSQfUfj7XMore info here: https://t.co/HdevFjNVjD pic.twitter.com/vdfb47LPDI7 January 2022
It’s hard to trace the reasons behind a 15 rating for Ghostwire: Tokyo, given the language barrier. However, according to the symbols depicted on the rating board’s website, there appears to be a fair amount of threat toward the player character in Ghostwire, which probably shouldn’t come as a massive surprise, given that the new game of Tango has more than one player. There are ghostly spirits fighting. ,
It’s been a relatively long road to Ghostwire’s launch, but given that Tango’s game has finally been rated, hopefully it won’t be long until we hear about a release date. You may recall that Ghostwire: Tokyo was originally scheduled to launch in late 2021, but was delayed all the way to July, with Tango pushing back the launch of the new game to early 2022.
It’s been nearly five years since The Evil Within 2 launched in 2017, so it’s pretty safe to assume that Ghostwire has been in development in some capacity for at least that long. Still, Tango is already looking to the future, as studio co-founder Shinji Mikami revealed late in 2021 that The Evil Within 2 game director Jon Johannes is already working on a new project at the studio. Were were
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