Will GhostWire Tokyo 2 get the green light from Bethesda? In any case, the director of the game is motivated. Kenji Kimura indeed has different ideas in mind to pursue the new franchise.
Is a GhostWire Tokyo 2 possible at this stage? We don’t have the sales figures that could guide us, but within Tango Gameworks, the desire to go beyond the first episode is very present.
GhostWire Tokyo: a sequel or scripted DLC?
While GhostWire Tokyo has yet to land on Xbox Series X|S, the director of the game, Kenji Kimura, is already talking about the future of the license. If there is one of course.
I think when things settle down a bit, and I breathe a little more, I will have ideas for DLCs and sequels that I would like to make. For now, nothing has been decided yet, so I can’t tell you more.
This is the first time that Tango Gameworks has openly mentioned a GhostWire Tokyo 2. Hardly surprising given that The Evil Within had received a second episode more successful than its predecessor. And that’s all the harm we can wish for the studio’s new license. A new component that would notably correct the wanderings of the open world.
Before that, there will be a completely different game
Before a possible GhostWire Tokyo 2 or DLC, Tango Gameworks will offer us a title at the antipodes of horror developed by John Johanas. The game director of additional content for The Evil Within and director of The Evil Within 2.