Now that the consoles have crossed over into next-gen territory, one factor’s for certain: Sony’s acquired nice sizzle reels. While Microsoft has been eager to be sure to know what number of Xbox games now you can get on PC, Sony’s not been so eager to make that promoting level – but lots of the large PlayStation 5 games you may be wanting ahead to are additionally coming to PC. And a bunch of these games simply acquired new release dates as a part of a Sony CES stream.

Buried among the many copyright notices on the finish of a PS5 sizzle reel at CES, we now know that Capcom’s bizarre not-quite-Kojima game, Pragmata, has been delayed from 2022 to 2023. Square Enix’s Project Athia can also be presently set to launch in January 2022 – provided that we nonetheless don’t have a correct title for that recreation but, some followers are discovering that release window fairly bold.

Among the opposite main titles confirmed for PC are Ghostwire: Tokyo, the horror-action game from Tango Gameworks and Bethesda, is ready to launch in October 2021. Also, the Hitman 3 release date is now set for Januray 2021. I assumed it was January, however no, apparently it’s Januray. (As a author, it’s grossly irresponsible of me to make jokes about different folks’s typos, however hey, it’s enjoyable.)

Here are all of the related release home windows for these PS5 games which have additionally been confirmed for PC:

  • Hitman 3 – January 2021
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits – March 2021
  • Solar Ash – June 2021
  • Little Devil Inside – July 2021
  • Ghostwire Tokyo – October 2021
  • Stray – October 2021
  • Project Athia – January 2022
  • Pragmata – 2023

Ratchet & Clank and Horizon: Forbidden West are each set for release in 2021 as properly, however for now these are correct PS5 exclusives – although the PC port of the previous Horizon game provides us hope for additional console games on PC.

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If you want to see all of it for your self, the video above will present you these dates on the 10:38 mark.