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Ghostwire Tokyo is releasing October 2021, Project Athia in January 2022, Pragmata delayed
UPDATE: Sony removes third-party release dates in re-uploaded trailer
Sony has confirmed target launch windows for a number of upcoming PlayStation 5 games from first and third parties.
In a CES 2021 video presentation, the company reiterated that it will publish Housemarque’s Returnal this March, as well as Insomniac Games’ Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Forbidden West in 2021.
On the third-party front, Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Ember Lab) will be released in March, Solar Ash (Heart Machine and Annapurna Interactive) in June, and Little Devil Inside (Neostream Interactive) in July.
Stray (BlueTwelve and Annapurna Interactive) and Ghostwire Tokyo (Tango Gameworks and Bethesda) will follow this October.
“Otherworldly adventure” Project Athia, an original IP from Square Enix which will be a two-year console exclusive, is scheduled to release in January 2022.
Pragmata, Capcom’s first original franchise in eight years, has been delayed from 2022 to 2023. Also coming to Xbox Series X and PC, the adventure game is set in a dystopian near-future on Earth’s Moon.
UPDATE: Sony has released a new version of its PlayStation CES trailer (below) which doesn’t include the third-party software release dates, suggesting they were either incorrect or simply not meant to be announced during the event.
ORIGINAL STORY CONTINUES: Sony is also planning to release the new God of War and Gran Turismo 7 in 2021.
Last November, Sony suggested PS5 had enjoyed the biggest console launch in history after beating PS4’s record. In Monday’s CES video, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan also called it “the biggest console launch of all-time”.