PS5: months of release for Kena, Stray, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Project Athia and others, Pragmata already postponed!

While several productions are confirmed for the coming months on PS5, we are still waiting for more specific release dates to know when we can get our hands on them. Strangely, the best way we had to get fresh news was with little lines in the promotional videos for the console, giving release periods for future games.

According to the last point, Returnal is dated March 19, 2021, while Gran Turismo 7, Horizon: Forbidden West and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart are expected this year, without the details of the semester offered by a previous sequence. An advertisement broadcast as part of the conference Sony at CES 2021 reconfirmed all of this and, without warning, gave us months of release for much of the rest of the line-up !

According to the video, Solar Ash will be released in June 2021, Kena: Bridge of Spirits from March 2021, Stray and Ghostwire: Tokyo in October 2021, Little Devil Inside in July 2021, and Project athia in January 2022. In addition, Pragmata, the new license of Capcom, would now be expected for 2023, and no for 2022 as initially confirmed. Unless it is a typo, like the “januray 2021” of Hitman 3 ? All these release periods seem in any case quite credible, except perhaps for the very mysterious Project athia, but it is still surprising to see a calendar formalized in this way: maybe Sony Interactive Entertainment will clarify all of this in the days to come.

In the meantime, the PlayStation 5 is still not available for purchase due to lack of stocks, unlike its games and accessories.

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