Shinji Mikami, a well-known game designer, has announced his retirement from Tango Gameworks. Ghostwire: Tokyo, Hi-Fi RUSH, and other titles belong to Bethesda, a subsidiary of Microsoft Gaming. Before his own studio, he worked on Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and other major game franchises.
Shinji Mikami posted a message on his social media to express his imminent departure from Tango Gameworks. He asked fans to continue to support the studio they created and their projects:
He replied with another message to players on social networks about his departure from Tango Gameworks some time later:
Phil Spencer mentioned Shinji Mikami's departure from Tango Gameworks earlier, but it's unclear what the game designer's intentions will be once he leaves the studio.