Sony confirmed launch home windows for various PlayStation 5 video games throughout its Consumer Electronics Show 2021 presentation. According to the sizzle reel, Ghostwire: Tokyo will launch in October 2021, Square Enix’s Project Athia will launch in January 2022, and Capcom’s Pragmata will launch in 2023.
Both Ghostwire: Tokyo and Project Athia are timed PS5 console exclusives. Pragmata, Capcom’s new multiplatform IP, was initially pegged for a 2022 launch however has been pushed into the next yr.
Elsewhere, Sony confirmed that Returnal is on monitor for March 19, 2021, Kena: Bridge of Spirits will even launch someday in March this yr, Solar Ash will launch in June 2021, Little Devil Inside is ready for July 2021, and Stray will launch in October 2021. There’s much more coming for PlayStation gamers this yr. While the next titles have but to be dated, they may all launch someday in 2021: Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Horizon Forbidden West, God of War: Ragnarok, and Gran Turismo 7.
“With Sony’s know-how, ‘Creativity Has No Limits,’” said Kenichiro Yoshida, Chairman, President, and CEO of Sony Corporation. “Our community are networked like never before and are more diverse than they have ever been, and we celebrate and embrace the differing viewpoints and tastes that make up our community,” added Jim Ryan, President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment.
Alongside the PS5, Sony brought a number of its technologies to the digital event, including 360 Reality Audio Creative Suite, Xperia 5 II 5G-enabled smartphone, Crystal LED display, spatial reality display, “Airpeak” aircraft design, and much more.
We’ll replace our readers when we now have extra details about the aforementioned video games.