Ghost Thread: Tokyo for PC: ray-tracking demo, available next Friday  

Ghost Thread: Tokyo is now available for pre-order on Steam and PS5. IT will be available on Steam on March 25th in Simplified Chinese. Pre-orders start at 194.99 yuan, and deluxe edition will be released on Microsoft’s Xbox one year later at 259 yuan.  

IGN shared a video yesterday showing the performance and graphics of Ghost Line: Tokyo on PC, and a 10-minute demo with raytracing enabled.  From what you can see in the video, the game runs smoothly, and the graphics are good to expect.  

Ghost Line: Tokyo PC will support raytrace shadow and raytrace reflection, both of which are included in the demo video.  

IGN used an Nvidia RTX 2080Ti video card to run and record the video at 1440p resolution, which is probably the highest possible setting. I don’t know what it will look like at higher resolution.  

The game is introduced: under the control of a sinister mysterious scholar, the deadly supernatural force invades Tokyo, making the population of Tokyo disappear instantly.  Form an alliance with powerful spirits, help them in their quest for revenge, master powerful skills, and unlock the dark truth behind vanishing events.  

IT home learned that on the PC platform, the recommended configuration of this game is GTX 1080 graphics card, and the minimum configuration requirements for GTX 1060, if you like friends can try.  

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