Ghostwire Tokyo update brings enhancements and bug fixes

Tango Gameworks released, last Wednesday (29), the update 1004 of Ghostwire Tokyo, this time to add the new “Tanabata” emote, implement bug fixes, and general improvements to the game.

As the description on the official blog says, Tanabata is a traditional Japanese festival where people write their wishes on colorful strips of paper, called Tanzaku, and hang them on bamboo branches in hopes that their wishes will come true. When activating the emote in Ghostwire Tokyo, Akito and KK look up to the stars and say their prayers.

Here’s the origin story of the celebration, which is celebrated every year on the 7th day of the 7th month in Japan: Tanabata is the story of two unfortunate lovers: Princess Orihime, daughter of the Sky God; and Hikoboshi, a simple cattleman, separated by the Celestial River, but destined to meet one night a year: on the 7th day of the 7th month.

The origins of this story lie in the true twin stars Vega and Altair, and the “Celestial River” that separates them is our own Milky Way.

Changes and improvements:

Added new “Film Grain” and “Color-Fringe” options in the video settings.

Ghostwire Tokyo

Fixes on all platforms

Adjusted the behavior of some emotes;
Adjusts effects of certain emotes when using them on uneven terrain;
Improves lighting during emotes;
Adjustments have been made to Akito’s rotation on the Inventory screen;
Adjusted lighting for the “Inugami Mummy” collectible.

PlayStation 5 fixes

Fixed progression issues for the following side quests:
Haunting Visions (fixed autosave issue)
Last Rites of a Doll;
Bound with a curse.

PC fixes

Better overall performance.

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