Most of the lineup is 2021, but Project Athia is listed for January 2022 and Pragmata is not out until 2023
In a blink-and-you-miss-it moment at CES 2021, Sony unveiled a handful of 2021 slate release windows of PlayStation 5 games – as well as a couple of high-profile titles that are much further out.
These updated release windows appeared at the end of an assembly during Sony’s digital press event:
Some of these – like Ghostwire – feel right in line. Others, included Horizon Forbidden West and Rift apart, do not seem to be out of reach much longer. And then we did it Project Athia from Square Enix and Pragmata from Capcom, which I begin to wish had not been announced so early.
Although many of these windows are still too vague to lock in, it is nice to have an informal mental roadmap. I like to plot what the rest of my game year looks like. This new list helps, although it is not exhaustive. There will certainly be other important games in 2021
Is something jumping out at you? Or is this PS5 (and partly still PS4) lineup what you expected?
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