A hands-off preview of Ghostwire: Tokyo suggests the game includes some of the things Tango Gameworks is known for, but demonstrates the developer striking off in a new direction.
Developer Tango Gameworks is best known for horror games, and that might skew perceptions of its upcoming title, Ghostwire: Tokyo. After all, both its previous games, The Evil Within and The Evil Within 2, fall squarely into the survival horror genre, with the first directed by studio founder Shinji Mikami–the creator of Resident Evil. But while Ghostwire: Tokyo was described as “spooky” by former director Ikumi Nakamura on stage during E3 2019 when it was first announced, Ghostwire: Tokyo doesn’t seem like a game that’s likely to scare you. Instead, it seems like an indication that Tango Gameworks is venturing into different areas than what players might expect.
Read GameSpot’s Ghostwire: Tokyo developer interview: https://www.gamespot.com/articles/ghostwire-tokyo-wants-to-mix-up-the-tired-open-world-formula/1100-6500250/