Sony Reveals Release Windows for 7 PS5 Games at CES 2021

The Consumer Electronics Show is underway this week and Sony has already made quite the impact. In addition to all of its other technological reveals, the PlayStation creator made a point to show off a sizzle reel for all of its current and upcoming PlayStation 5 games.

At the end of this reel, a blue slate popped up showing release windows for 7 PS5 games that had no previous release date.

Courtesy of u/OnkelJupp on Reddit
Courtesy of u/OnkelJupp on Reddit

The full list is as follows:

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

The two biggest reveals have to be for Project Athia and Pragmata. It’s remarkable that Project Athia is just one year away. Square Enix‘s ambitious-looking PS5-tailored game doesn’t even have an official title yet, but has a release window of next year. Hopefully this means we’ll be seeing more footage of the 2-year PS5 exclusive this year.

Meanwhile, Capcom appears to have delayed their mysterious space/alien game, Pragmata. Previously, it was announced for 2022, but now it’s set for 2 years from now in 2023. I wouldn’t expect to see much of this title in 2021, but here’s hoping for a little snippet to shed more light on it and subsequently remind us that’s it still exists.

It’s worth noting that release windows are extremely volatile and can change on a whim. Check back here for more release date news! You can watch the Sony presentation below, courtesy of CNET.

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