Today during the Consumer Electronic Show, Jim Ryan talked about the PlayStation 5 briefly. Sony had a big showing of televisions and other electronics, but Sony casually dropped a ton of information on a small screen at the end of the presentation.
Sony Casually Announces Release Dates For Some 2021 Titles & More
Listed below, you can see the screenshot and all of the new dates we have for PlayStation games coming in 2021 and beyond.
- Kena Bridge of Spirits – March 2021
- Little Devil Inside – July 2021
- Ghostwire Tokyo – October 2021
- Project Athia – January 2022
- Pragmata – 2023
Most notable is that Capcom’s new IP Pragmata has been pushed from 2022 to 2023, which in the grand scheme of things isn’t a big deal because that game basically doesn’t exist yet.
Project Athia, the first game from Luminous Productions, which was formed after the completion of Final Fantasy 15, has its game coming out in 2022. This is the first date we’ve had for the game.
Obviously, it’s still a long way off, it still has a working title, but it’s nice to have an idea of when that game will launch.
Kena Bridge of Spirits was delayed into 2021, so it’s not a huge surprise to see that game come in early 2021.
Little Devil Inside and Ghostwire Tokyo were known to also be 2021 games, but it’s nice to get a solid month of both of those titles.
While not the flashiest way to announce this information, it already has the internet putting together time tables and calendars as it waits for more information on these titles coming out soon.
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