Last week, the PlayStation YouTube channel put up the official showcase video for Ghostwire: Tokyo. The video also came with the release date of 25 March. As it turns out, the game is also coming out on PC, as it now has a Steam listing. And from the listing, we also see the system requirements of the game.
The main highlight here is the fact that it takes up only 20GB of storage space. That’s tiny compared to plenty of the other games around, some of which can take up an entire SSD. But if you watched the Ghostwire: Tokyo official showcase, then it shouldn’t be much of a surprise. The game has a very strange mix of high poly and low poly textures. The most jarring of all was the scene with the Shiba Inu and its decidedly PS2-era texture quality.
On that note, the difference between the minimum and recommended PC specs setup for Ghostwire: Tokyo is pretty small as well. For CPU, this ranges from an Intel Core i7-4470K or AMD Ryzen 5 2600 to an Intel Core i7-6700. GPU goes from a minimum of an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT to a recommended Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 or AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT.
Overall, Ghostwire: Tokyo is very generous with what it asks of PC gamers. Which is probably a good thing, since upgrades are difficult these days.