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DEATHLOOP and Ghostwire: Tokyo — Bethesda's One-Two Punch of Timed PS5-Exclusives

Bethesda Softworks put its best foot forward at Sony's 11th June PlayStation 5 reveal event, revealing two unique and wholly unrelated games that both share the honour of being timed-exclusives to Sony's upcoming console. First, DEATHLOOP, a time-looping first-person shooter from Arkane Lyon (Dishonored, Prey) with a seamless one-on-one multiplayer twist. Second, Ghostwire: Tokyo, a supernatural action-adventure from Tango Gameworks (The Evil Within) set in a version of Tokyo under siege from countless otherworldly threats. DEATHLOOP is set for release Christmas 2020; Ghostwire: Tokyo is scheduled for release 2021. Check out the games' respective reveal trailers above.


Launching on PlayStation 5 and PC before reaching Xbox Series X at a later date, DEATHLOOP looks to feature the same dynamic gameplay freedom that Arkane is known for. Set in Blackreef, a 60-inspired retro-future paradise full of tactical opportunities, secrets and mysteries, DEATHLOOP puts players in the shoes of Colt, a master assassin stuck in a Groundhog Day-style time loop. To escape his time-looping prison, Colt will need to eliminate eight "key targets" while evading the Blackreef's defences and escaping the crosshairs of, Julianna, a rival assassin and potential multiplayer adversary.


Ghostwire: Tokyo, another timed-exclusive for PlayStation 5 and PC, comes from Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil 4) and his studio, Tango Gameworks. Set in a supernatural threat-filled Tokyo, players will use a variety of tech and elemental abilities in a stylish, fast-paced action-adventure.

DEATHLOOP launches on PlayStation 5 and PC Christmas 2020; it'll come to Xbox Series X at a later date. Ghostwire: Tokyo releases on PlayStation 5 and PC in 2021; it will also come to Xbox Series X at a later date.

Jamie Davies

Jamie Davies

Staff Writer

Raised on a steady diet of violent shooters and sugary cereal. He regrets no part of this

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Acelister - 05:36pm, 13th June 2020

DEATHLOOP just looks absolutely fantastic... I wonder if your friends can control Julianna, or if it's randoms? And if they kill you, will they stay as her or be moved on?

franjaff - 12:34am, 14th June 2020

I hope Ghostwire: Tokyo turns out well. Shinji Mikami is a genius, but The Evil Within was underwhelming. Seeing him working on a first-person game for a change is a pleasant surprise.