Tango Gameworks has postponed Ghostwire: Tokyo to 2022. The game was initially scheduled for October this year.

Now the game should be released sometime in early 2022. Tango wants to make the game available to players as soon as possible, but puts the health and well-being of its employees above that. In Japan, the coronavirus infections continue to rise at the time of writing.

The action-adventure game revolves around a remarkable event that wipes out 99 percent of the city. With special powers, players fight against different Spirits, so as not to disappear like the rest.

Tango Gameworks is the developer of The Evil Within and is led by Shinji Mikami, one of the lead developers and creators of the Resident Evil series. Tango is part of Bethesda, which has since been acquired by Microsoft, but Ghostwire: Tokyo is one of the games that will be released exclusively on PlayStation 5 and PC for a limited time.