Experience improved performance and numerous bug fixes in the latest update for Ghostwire: Tokyo.
Bethesda continues to work diligently to improve Ghostwire: Tokyo. The latest update brings a performance improvement for Xbox, an art gallery and kills some bugs in the game.
The developers announce: “We’ve made various optimizations to improve overall game performance, especially on Xbox consoles. This also includes an HFR performance graphics mode for the Xbox Series S, which should result in a smoother gaming experience when enabled. You can find this new setting under Options > Graphics.”
“In the Spider’s Thread update, we added an art gallery near the Shibuya Scramble Crossing to showcase the winning entries of our Ghostwire: Tokyo Photo Mode Contest. In this update, we’ve expanded the underground gallery to include works by Tango Gameworks’ concept artists, such as: B. the seasonal artworks that you may have already seen on our social media channels and the concept art for the Spider’s Thread update! Look forward to further use of this area in the future!”
Fixed various stability issues Fixed conflicting keybinding issues (PC) Fear for the Children side mission: Fixed a possible blocker when loading a save made after the media room Fixed an issue that could prevent the Middle School Kappa from spawning Fixed an issue fixed where Hell Tsuchigumo’s collision could persist after winning, preventing the player from progressing Various minor bug fixes
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