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Ghostwire Tokyo Mission List

With the release of Ghostwire Tokyo on 25th March 2022, many fans are curious to learn about the missions in the game. How many missions are in Ghostwire Tokyo? Are there side missions, and where can I get the Ghostwire Tokyo side mission list? Are there trophies and rewards for completing the missions? The answers to these questions are right here. This article takes you through all the missions, side missions, and everything else involved in Ghostwire Tokyo.

What to Know About Ghostwire

Ghostwire Tokyo is a first-person shooter set in the neon-lit demon tormented city of Tokyo. The game can be categorized as an action-adventure with a horror aspect. The gameplay begins with a scary scene when the city’s population disappears mysteriously when some demon spirits take over the city. Akito, who was earlier involved in an accident and possessed by the spirit of the detective known as KK, is the only human remaining.

Akito has to fight the demons and bring the people back. Ghostwire Tokyo combat involves hand techniques commonly known as karate and magic. With each successful kill you make, you earn spirit points that you can redeem to enhance your supernatural capabilities. Apart from combat, Ghostwire Tokyo is full of adventure as you get to explore the city and find iconic Tokyo landmarks.

Missions in Ghostwire Tokyo

The main story in Ghostwire Tokyo is shorter than most video games, with an average time of eleven to fifteen hours to complete the main story. However, playtime can be increased by engaging in the game’s side quests and finding landmarks and collectibles. All this will bring the game’s playtime to around thirty-five to forty hours.

Ghostwire Tokyo’s main storyline is broken into six chapters. The six chapters are, in turn, made up of missions. The number of missions in each chapter ranges between two and five. The missions, in turn, contain numerous side missions that are also part of the gameplay but not essential to the game’s main story.

The first two chapters of the game are relatively short and mainly act as an extended tutorial for the game. The last two chapters are equally short as the beginning chapters. Completion of the last chapter unlocks the New Game Plus Mode. It also offers the player a chance to return to the ‘point of no return’ in chapter four, where you can complete the side quests you may have missed during the main gameplay.

The total of sixteen missions that are contained the six different chapters in Ghostwire Tokyo are listed below;

Chapter One- Beginnings

  • The Vanishing
  • City of Shadows

Chapter Two- Trouble

  1.  KK
  2. Clearing the Fog
  3. A Maze of Death
  4. The Buried Life
  5. Caves of Steel

Chapter Three- Connection

  • Pillar of Light
  • Blindness
  • Agony

Chapter Four- Contortion

  • Giants
  • The Black Tower

Chapter Five- Severance

  • Family
  • Tokyo Tower

Chapter Six- Bonds

  • Mari
  • Gate to the Underworld

Ghostwire Tokyo Side Mission List

Ghostwire Tokyo side missions don’t work the same way as the missions. You don’t need to complete the side missions to progress to the next chapter. However, side missions build up to the storyline and help increase your understanding of the game’s storyline and Japanese culture. Notably, the side missions will reward you with meika spirits and XP that you can use to upgrade your supernatural abilities. Playing the side missions will also allow you to win unique gifts, including music and costumes. A Ghostwire Tokyo trophy guide shows all the trophies in each chapter.

The game is designed so you don’t have to complete the side missions in each chapter immediately. However, when you cross the ‘point of no return’ in chapter four, you’ll wait until you complete the main storyline to get back to the side quests. Cleansing the Torii gates helps in unlocking the side missions.

There are a total of forty-two side missions, and they are found from the beginning of chapter two. Below is a list of all the side missions in Ghostwire Tokyo.


  • Deep Cleaning
  • Zashiki-Warashi
  • A Doll’s Last Rites
  • The Hoarder’s House
  • Karakasa-Kozo
  • The Voice in the Wall
  • Tanuki Hunt
  • The Boss Tanuki
  • Kappa
  • Ittan-Momen
  • The Crimson Moon


  • Oni
  • Haunting Visions
  • Little Girl Lost
  • And Then There Were None
  • Bloodthirsty Blossoms
  • Dire Straits
  • Rokurokubi
  • Nesting Evil
  • Kodama
  • A Stop in the Void
  • A Passage Beyond
  • Hide and Seek
  • The Masks Dreaming Jewel


  • Ushi no Kokumairi
  • Kamaitachi
  • After the End
  • Nightmare Welling
  • A Deadly Shadow
  • Strung with a Curse
  • Art Imitates Life
  • Hide and Seek 2
  • Bloodthirsty Blossoms: Mitake
  • Old Wounds
  • The Invisible Wanderer
  • Hide and Seek 3
  • A Full House
  • A Lost Dog
  • Bloodthirsty Blossoms: Ginpei
  • After the End 2
  • After the End 3


Playing Ghostwire Tokyo’s missions can be said to be engaging, fascinating, and full of adventure. Completing the twelve missions in addition to the forty-two side missions is the best way to enjoy Ghostwire Tokyo to its full potential. Eliminate the demons, earn the rewards and satisfy your spirit of adventure.

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