Ghostwire Tokyo offers players a version of Tokyo invaded by yokai and deprived of its human population. As such, Akito and KK reach the bottom of the mystery and immerse themselves in the supernatural along the way. The city of Tokyo is completely devastated, and with the launch of the game for PC, some players may ask if they can change the field of view (FOV) in Ghostwire Tokyo so that it can be seen more on the screen at any time.
What is FOV and what has changed?
FOV, the field of view, essentially determines how much can be seen on your screen at any given moment. The larger the field of view, the larger the angle of view will be for the world around you.
However, it is a configuration adjusted by many players in the escape game, which allows them to see the enemies approaching their side, which in other ways could not see in the predetermined configuration.
Change the field of view to Ghostwire Tokyo
Sorry, no, you can not modify FOV in Ghostwire Tokyo. On the other hand, the predetermined value is what you want to stay captured for the entire duration, as there is no descriptive field of view control on the game screen and the graphical configuration to adjust it.
While this may be a disappointing announcement for some players, there are a large number of other graphics and visualization options in Ghostwire Tokyo that players can adjust, as shown in the screenshots above and below.
It would also be worth noting that it would be nice to see more of the city of Tokyo on screen in an instant, it is not todos it’s important as it’s not a multiplayer game and the battle is not too tough in that sense. If you are really struggling, you can always try to change the difficulty level.
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