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Ghostwire Tokyo debuted on Steam better than The Evil Within and The Evil Within 2

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Ghostwire Tokyoreleased on PC and PS5, is a new game from Bethesda And Tango Gameworksa studio founded by Shinji Mikami, creator of the two chapters in the series The Evil Within. Analyst Benji-Sales compared the two franchises to find out what was best received by Steam users.

As reported in the tweet below, the idiosyncratic action game with its roots in Japanese folk tradition performs better than both chapters of The Evil Within. Ghostwire Tokyo on the Valve platform gathered 13,996 playerswhich is more than The Evil Within 2 (9,918) and The Evil Within (4,499).

Overall, the numbers aren’t particularly impressive, but Tango Gameworks is probably happy that its latest game still managed to set a new record for a Japanese studio.

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