And I can't say I'm too optimistic about this one.
It looks like an old-fashioned movie tie-in, in that its release is timed with the movie (July 12, three days ahead of the movie on July 15). It's a four-player co-op effort, which might be fun, but it all seems a little low budget.
But that might be a good thing. I'm speculating here, but movie tie-ins like this are traditionally made on a tight schedule. Maybe a game like this -- more contained, simpler, narrow in scope -- might result in something cool, as opposed to something bloated and buggy.
That's the dream I guess.
Ghostbusters is coming out on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.