How to Change FOV in Ghostwire: Tokyo

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Need to change the FOV in Ghostwire: Tokyo? Here's what you need to know.

Bethesda's latest action-adventure game, Ghostwire: Tokyo, is finally here. Players assume the role of Akito, a young man possessed by a spirit detective. Through the possession, Akito is granted supernatural powers which he must use to defeat the waves of ghosts and spirits haunting Tokyo.

Despite Bethesda's acquisition by Microsoft, the game is a one year timed exclusive for the PlayStation 5 and Windows PC.

As players are getting stuck into everything Ghostwire: Tokyo has to offer, many are curious about which settings they can change - particularly the Field of View (FOV).

Can You Adjust or Change the FOV in Ghostwire: Tokyo?

Sadly, Ghostwire: Tokyo doesn't currently allow players to change or adjust the FOV. Player's looking in the game's display settings will likely be disappointed to find out that there's no FOV slider present. The default FOV is what players will be stuck with throughout the game.

It's unclear whether or not Tango Gameworks will consider adding the option in the future. It's early days for Ghostwire: Tokyo, with plenty of time for patches to pop-up further down the line. The game does, however, still have a reasonable amount of other settings to adjust when it comes to graphics and disply.

For now, however, players will simply have to make do with the default setting.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is available now on the PlayStation 5 and Windows PC.