Ghostwire: Tokyo is no longer exclusive to PlayStation 5 and PC. As reported by Xbox Wire and echoed in a separate announcement by Bethesda, the supernatural action-adventure thriller from Tango Gameworks has finally been dated for Xbox consoles, available for Xbox Series X|S with Xbox Game Pass, as well as Windows 10/11 PC with PC Game Pass, beginning April 12. A new update for Ghostwire: Tokyo dubbed “Spider’s Thread,” which Bethesda has described as being “massive,” will also be released on that same date, offering new areas, abilities, challenges, and more for seasoned players who are looking for new reasons to explore Japan’s capital as Akito and KK, his spirit detective.
From an Xbox Wire post:
Available April 12 for Xbox Series X|S with Xbox Game Pass, and Windows 10/11 PC with PC Game Pass, Ghostwire: Tokyo will arrive with the free Spider’s Thread update, adding a multitude of enhancements to the single-player hit, including additional areas to explore, new story cutscenes, quality-of-life improvements, a bonus game mode and more!
Take on the Spider’s Thread mode and test your skills as well as play new quests in the main game, capture a souvenir with an enhanced Photo Mode, explore the all-new Middle School area, pull out new combat moves like the Quick Dodge or Charge Rush attack, and so much more! With the Spider’s Thread update, players will get to have the definitive Ghostwire: Tokyo experience.