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How to Pre-Load Ghostwire: Tokyo

Ghostwire: Tokyo, Tango Gameworks' upcoming action-adventure game, is set to release as a timed exclusive for PlayStation 5 and PC on March 25, 2022.
Ghostwire: Tokyo, Tango Gameworks' upcoming action-adventure game, is set to release as a timed exclusive for PlayStation 5 and PC on March 25, 2022. / Image courtesy of Bethesda Softworks

Wondering how to pre-load Ghostwire: Tokyo? We've got you covered.

With the highly-anticipated action-adventure game set to release in the coming days, here's a breakdown of how to pre-load Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Ghostwire Tokyo Pre-Load Tutorial Guide

Ultimately, the game is just 20 GB, but players on both PlayStation 5 and PC can pre-load it early now to skip the delay on day one.

For those on PS5:

  1. Go to the PlayStation library
  2. Go to the "Purchased" games tab
  3. Select Ghostwire: Tokyo
  4. Select "Download"

For those on PC (via Steam)

  1. Go to the Libary
  2. Select Ghostwire: Tokyo
  3. Select "Install"

Unfortunately, it does not appear that the those who have pre-ordered the game on PC through the Epic Games Store will be able to pre-load it before it releases.

Once it's done downloading, the game should be playable at launch as soon as it hits midnight in your respective time zone.

Ghostwire: Tokyo, is set to release as a one-year timed exclusive for PlayStation 5 and Windows PC (via Steam and Epic Games Store) on March 25, 2022. PS5 digital Deluxe Edition owners can play the full game starting today, however.

From the developers of The Evil Within titles from 2014 and 2017 comes Ghostwire: Tokyo, Tango Gameworks' upcoming action-adventure game.

Ghostwire: Tokyo invites players to use an arsenal of upgradeable elemental powers and ghost-hunting skills to defeat Yokai, deadly supernatural forces prowling the streets of Tokyo, and unravel the truth behind the disappearance of the city's population.

The open-world single-player experience is said to offer players the ability to discover iconic landmarks like Shibuya Crossing and Tokyo Tower frozen in time, rendered with next-generation technology.