The game's plot is based on peoples' mysterious disappearances in Tokyo, and you have to find out why they're vanishing.
Mikami took the stage at Bethesda's conference today to announce Ghostwire Tokyo, an "action-adventure game in which you'll fight enemies in a city of supernatural evil". Best known for The Evil Within, Tango Gameworks' new title seems to be a departure from its tried and tested survival horror formula.
After odd disappearances hit Tokyo's population, it's up to you to uncover the source and purge the city of a unusual, new evil. Most intriguing is the trailer's finishing line: "don't fear the unknown - attack it".
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Creative director on the project is Ikumi Nakamura.
Basically, expect a harrowing crawl through Tokyo in GhostWire: Tokyo, all while attempting to avoid benevolent spirits, potentially getting help from a handful of friendly ghosts, and generally attempting to avoid skeleton-demons at all costs.
If you're keen to see more check out the game's E3 trailer below.