2022 is shaping up to be a fantastic year for PlayStation 5. Many wholly exclusive titles are on the pipeline, like Horizon Forbidden West and God of War: Ragnarok, as well as the timed exclusive Ghostwire: Tokyo, which will be released this year. Ghostwire: Tokyo was originally scheduled to release in 2021, but was postponed until Spring 2022. Regrettably, no precise date or month has been provided.
Ghostwire: Tokyo has been rated in Korea: https://t.co/fLSQfUfj7X
— Gematsu (@gematsucom) January 7, 2022
Ghostwire: Tokyo received a 15 on the official GRAC site. As previously stated, the rating provided little new information, although it’s possible that the game’s age 15 classification was issued owing to the violence featured in the game. However, based on the rating, it makes logical that this would be rated lower than a traditional horror title, as Ghostwire: Tokyo was proven to be more of an action-adventure game than a horror title a while back for PlayStation 5.
Because earning a rating is often one of the final processes any title goes through before release, the arrival of this game rating for Ghostwire Tokyo hints that its release could be imminent. When games start to get rated in any location, it usually means that a release date is close at hand. This is especially true for Ghostwire Tokyo, as Bethesda has previously stated that the game will be released in early 2022. While it’s unclear what “early 2022” means, this rating suggests that we won’t have to wait long for the game to arrive.
It’s been a long journey to Ghostwire’s release, but now that Tango’s game has been rated, it shouldn’t be long before we hear about a release date. You may recall that Ghostwire: Tokyo was supposed to be released in the second half of 2021, but it was postponed all the way back in July, with Tango pushing the release date to early 2022 but now looks like mid-2022 to be more precise.