Microsoft, Bethesda Softworks, and Tango Gameworks announced Ghostwire: Tokyo is available now for Xbox Series X|S. The new Spider’s Thread update is also available now across all existing versions of Ghostwire: Tokyo.
In Ghostwire: Tokyo’s new update, players test out their skills in the new Spider’s Thread mode, which is separate from the main game. In Spider’s Thread, players must navigate a 30-stage gauntlet assembled from over 130 levels. If the player is defeated, they must start the gauntlet from the beginning. However, a portion of the upgrades acquired through a run are retained.
Here’s an overview of the Spider’s Thread update via Bethesda Softworks:
About Ghostwire: Tokyo Spider’s Thread
Paranormal forces have taken over Tokyo, with nearly all the human populace vanishing in an instant.
The city’s denizens have been replaced by beings from another world – yōkai, evil spirits, myths and urban legends brought to life. But now isn’t the time to fear the unknown…face it in Ghostwire: Tokyo, now featuring the all-new Spider’s Thread update!
The Spider’s Thread update adds a new rogue-lite mode to the game on top of other additions to the base campaign, including new enemies, new skills, new areas to explore, new side missions, extended story cinematics, Photo Mode enhancements and more!
The Spider’s Thread update for Ghostwire: Tokyo is available NOW for PlayStation 5, PC and Xbox. You read that right: we’re pleased to welcome players on Xbox Series X|S to the world of Ghostwire: Tokyo alongside the release of the Spider’s Thread update.
Whether you’re jumping back for another trip through Tokyo’s supernatural streets or taking your very first tour, we can’t wait for players to dive into Ghostwire: Tokyo’s Spider Thread update!
Lastly, Ghostwire: Tokyo is available now for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store.
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