Tango Gameworks' previous works have centered around survival horror, but its latest game, Ghostwire: Tokyo, inhabits a weird middle ground. Ghostwire deals with Japanese folklore and is full of ghosts and demons but isn't technically a horror game. As such, players might get something different than they expected when they start playing. Instead, this is an open-world FPS with some horror elements. So anyone wishing for The Evil Within 3 will be disappointed.
Ghostwire: Tokyo centers around Akito, one of the last people left in Shibuya after everyone vanishes mysteriously. He's left near death in a traffic accident, and KK's spirit takes over his body, not knowing he's still alive. While KK's attempted possession heals him, there's no time to be relieved since hundreds of malevolent spirits called Visitors arrive just behind him.