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Ghostwire Tokyo: Keybinds Ghostwire Tokyo guide, walkthrough

This guide page for Ghostwire Tokyo offers information on the keybinds and additional control settings available.

Last update: Wednesday, March 23, 2022

This page of the Ghostwire Tokyo game guide has a controls list. In addition to keybinds, we have also prepared a list of the most important control settings like the camera sensitivity.

Controls - PS5

Movement - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Movement.

Sprint - the character does not get tired - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Sprint - the character does not get tired.

Look around - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Look around.

Melee attack - you can use it on enemies and to destroy some objects - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Melee attack - you can use it on enemies and to destroy some objects.

Spectral Vision - this mode scans the area; useful for finding traces and items, as well as marking enemies - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Spectral Vision - this mode scans the area; useful for finding traces and items, as well as marking enemies.

Crouch - it is used primarily for sneaking, but also for squeezing through narrow passages - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Crouch - it is used primarily for sneaking, but also for squeezing through narrow passages.

Jump - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Jump.

Glide - you have to hold down the button while in the air.

Consumables (food, medicine, etc - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Consumables (food, medicine, etc.) - holding the button consumes the item, and pressing it changes to another.

Ranged attack (the currently selected attack from the radial menu will be activated) - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Ranged attack (the currently selected attack from the radial menu will be activated).

Interaction - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Interaction.

Aim.

In certain situations - locking the camera on the opponent, using the grapple (in combination with the jump button), absorbing spirits and ether, cleansing a torii gate, grabbing the opponent's core.

Change the current element of Ethereal Weaving - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Change the current element of Ethereal Weaving.

Attack radial menu - hold down the button.

Block - hold down the button - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Block - hold down the button.

1 - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo GuideWire In - a powerful repulsive and power-regenerating attack that you will unlock as you progress through the main storyline - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Wire In - a powerful repulsive and power-regenerating attack that you will unlock as you progress through the main storyline. It can only be activated when it is charged.

Swap between using a bow and the hero's power - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Swap between using a bow and the hero's power.

Change talisman (you must have at least 2 different ones in your inventory) - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Change talisman (you must have at least 2 different ones in your inventory).

Flashlight - it won't run out of power - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Flashlight - it won't run out of power.

Menu windows - the map, the missions list, the skill and inventory windows, and the codex (database) - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Menu windows - the map, the missions list, the skill and inventory windows, and the codex (database).

Pause menu - you can save and load the game, activate the photo mode and go to the options menu - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

Pause menu - you can save and load the game, activate the photo mode and go to the options menu.

Additional controls settings

In the PS5 version, in the Controls tab, you can find a lot of options that allow you to better adjust the game to your preferences - Ghostwire Tokyo: Controls - Appendix - Ghostwire Tokyo Guide

In the PS5 version, in the Controls tab, you can find a lot of options that allow you to better adjust the game to your preferences. The most important settings are:

  1. Vibration.
  2. Adaptive "Trigger" effects - They may offer better immersion such as when using a bow or the main character's powers.
  3. Inverse the X and Y camera axis.
  4. Camera acceleration speed and Camera Deceleration Speed (picture above) - We recommend increasing the default values. The character will turn much better, which is especially important during fights.
  5. X and Y camera axis sensitivity.
  6. Camera sensitivity when aiming and using the bow.
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