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Ghostwire: Tokyo Spectral Food Explained

We’ve written up an easily comprehendible guide to what to do with Spectral Food in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
We’ve written up an easily comprehendible guide to what to do with Spectral Food in Ghostwire: Tokyo. / Tango Gameworks

We’ve written up an easily comprehendible guide to what to do with Spectral Food in Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Ghostwire: Tokyo takes players on an adventure to discover the truth behind the disappearance of all the citizens in Tokyo, Japan. Players take on the role of Akito, who has been possessed by ghost detective, KK, and been imbued with unique powers allowing him to investigate the situation. To this end, of course, the game is littered with items and consumables—one of which being Spectal Food.

How to Use Spectral Food in Ghostwire: Tokyo

Much like regular food in Ghostwire: Tokyo—and other titles, beyond—Spectral Food is a consumable item that can be eaten in exchange for bestowing extra health and/or passive buffs.

Eating a Spectral Food will health the player a specific amount and provide a boost to their maximum health for a set duration. It will also grant a unique passive benefit per food type, including increases to Defense, Attack, and more.

Of course, these benefits will only last for a certain length of time. Players can eat these one after the other to keep the benefit online for as long as they have food available. Different types of Spectral Food can be combined to give a mix of buffs. However, players will need to keep up eating both foods in order to maintain that double effect.

It appears that single effects do not stack—i.e. eating two of a kind will not grant twice the buff. Additionally, players cannot eat an entire stack and gain the corresponding length of time.

Where to Find Spectral Food in Ghostwire: Tokyo

Players can generally find Spectral Food by exploring Tokyo as the item is scattered nearly everywhere across the map. It can also be bought from vendors and merchants using Meika.