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Ghostwire Tokyo: Why You Should Always Feed The Dogs

After multiple delays, "Ghostwire Tokyo" has finally been released for the PS5 and PC, letting players explore a spooky ghost infested version of Tokyo. In the world of "Ghostwire Tokyo," the city is now filled with a bunch of different spirits, some creepy and some not. You will also find an abundance of dogs roaming around and while you likely are interacting with them just because they're cute, you might be earning yourself a reward in the process.

"Ghostwire Tokyo" is a first-person, open-world action game where players must discover why all of the humans have disappeared from the city and why spirits now roam freely. The game was developed by Tango Gameworks and published by Bethesda. It is likely the last new Bethesda game to be released on PlayStation. The game received positive praise from critics, although it was deemed a little repetitive. It takes about 15 to 20 hours to beat, leaving plenty of time for some dog interactions along the way. Here is why you should be feeding the dogs in "Ghostwire Tokyo."

The dogs might give you a reward in Ghostwire Tokyo

According to IGN, the Dogs roaming the streets of Tokyo in "Ghostwire Tokyo" aren't just there because dogs are cute and people like to pet dogs in games. While those are excellent reasons for these dogs to be around, they are also able to help you obtain useful resources. If you pet and feed a dog in "Ghostwire Tokyo" it may lead you to an area where there is an item, money, or even a yokai. Yokai can either be helped or absorbed, with asbortion giving you powerful Magatama abilities.

While you never quite know what a dog will lead you to, it seems like the result is universally positive in "Ghostwire Tokyo." Plus, you get the personal satisfaction of helping a poor dog who was in dire need of both food and pets. There are lots of dogs around the world of "Ghostwire Tokyo" that need your help and are willing to lead you to rewards in exchange.