Tango Gameworks has released a brand-new update for Ghostwire Tokyo, adding seasonal content and several bug fixes.
Obon is an annual event in Japan that takes place in August and is used to commemorate one’s ancestors. Although traditions vary, many hold festivals in public spaces and people dance the Bon Odori together to welcome the spirits of their ancestors.
The brand-new update for Ghostwire: Tokyo has added seasonal content inspired by Obon that will unlock later this week. From August 3rd, the Jinbei costume, a casual Kimono-style jacket with short pants, will be available, along with the Japanese Sparklers Emote in which Akito crouches down and enjoys a senko hanabi, which translates to “fire flower”.
Alongside the above, the update has introduced several bug fixes, including adjusted gliding behaviour, effects, and emote value; fixed progression during the Hide And Seek 3 side mission, and crashing issues when changing settings and during Kyakki Yako on the PlayStation 5.
More information on the Obon seasonal content and the bug fixes can be found in Tango Gameworks’ blog post here.