And other PS5 release dates shuffle.
Last night brought a new PlayStation 5 trailer broadcast during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and with it some changes to the release dates of various upcoming PS5 games.
Hidden in the trailer’s small print is word that Capcom’s odd-looking astronaut and small girl-starring Pragmata will now arrive in 2023. It was previously slated for launch in 2022.
There’s also a slightly more definitive “March” 2021 launch window for the intriguing Kena: Bridge of Spririts, instead of simply “spring”.
Square Enix’s mysterious Project Athia, in development at Luminous Productions, has been given a January 2022 release date. It’s a PS5 console exclusive for two years, so don’t expect that on Xbox Series S/X until January 2024.
Returnal launches on 19th March, Solar Ash in June, Little Devil Inside in July, while Stray and Ghostwire Tokyo are both due in October.
PlayStation lists its own big hitters Ratchet & Clank: Rift and Horizon Forbidden West with simple “2021” dates, though it previously specified the former would arrive in the first half of the year, while the latter would turn up in 2021’s second half.