Former PS5 console exclusive Ghostwire Tokyo has been revealed to be coming to Xbox platforms, not by an industry insider or datamined information, but by a swanky piece of wall art in Bethesda Softworks London office, of all things.
Twitter user Klobrille picked up on the detail after it was showcased on workplace design company Area's website, and while it has since been taken down, you can check it out for yourself below. The artwork lists the platforms for which the game is available, including Xbox Series X/S, which has never been formally announced.
Perhaps not the most shocking news you will hear all day, considering Bethesda's acquisition by Microsoft, but you really do have to admire the sheer audacity of such an ostentatious ornament, doubly so when you consider Deathloop also quietly made the transition.
We weren't particularly impressed by Ghostwire Tokyo when it launched back in March (kind of amazing to think it was released this year), and for our full thoughts on the matter, check out our in-depth review.
What do you think of Ghostwore Tokyo coming to Xbox consoles and the manner in which this information came to light? Exorcise your demons in the comments section below.