Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude, The Corrupted Files appeared online via a leak of PlayStation Game Size, which also shows a supporting image. Potentially, it could be a game-related comic.
As you can see below, PlayStation Game Size has simply reported the discovery of “Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude, The Corrupted Files”, without however indicating any kind of additional detail. The image that accompanies the whole proposes the title of this product and a sort of cover with a group of characters.
Ghostwire: Tokyo – Prelude, The Corrupted Files could be one sort of comic which provides additional details on the game world and offers a story linked to these characters, perhaps present in the final game, perhaps created specifically for this secondary work. For the moment it is only a speculation, but it seems less credible that it is a second unannounced game with a completely different graphic style from the main one.
We will probably be able to find out more as the release approaches. In the meantime, we leave you to our preview in which we explained to you that “Much of the presentation will also have focused on Akito’s combat mechanics and abilities, but the real strength of the new Tango Gameworks game could be its own. paranormal and disturbing imagery, the atmosphere that reigns in the streets of Shibuya and the way in which the rules of the world are twisted before the eyes of those who play. The quality of the story remains a question mark, as well as the feeling of the fights, but if Ghostwire: Tokyo turns out to be half as fun as it looks spectacular and visionary, we may already be facing one of the big surprises of the year. “