The PlayStation 5 appeared almost two months ago, but real next-gen games are still in short supply. At the CES, Sony has now revealed in a tiny excerpt which games you can look forward to in the coming years and when they should appear.
Release dates for new PS5 games revealed: Sony announces launch dates
Although the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) focuses primarily on new technology and gadgets, Sony also brought some explosive information for all PS5 players during its presentation. Shortly before the end of the recorded video, attentive viewers were able to discover an interesting footnote in the Sony without further ado named the release dates of some highly anticipated games for the PS5:
Many games on the list already had release windows that were communicated in advance. Some of these seem to have shifted. Here is the full list of all games mentioned and their planned release dates:
- Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart – 2021
- Horizon Forbidden West – 2021
- Returnal – March 19, 2021
- Pragmata – 2023
- Solar Ash – June 2021
- Kena: Bridge of Spirits – March 2021
- Stray – October 2021
- Ghostwire Tokyo – October 2021
- Little Devil Inside – July 2021
- Project Athia – January 2022
The most promising games for the new PlayStation 5 – we summarize them for you in the video:
Shifts & vague statements: Sony changes release dates of PS5 games
Especially the information about the new Ratchet & Clank and Horizon Forbidden West should raise eyebrows for some players. Previously, Sony announced more specifically that Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart will be released in the first half of 2021, while Horizon will only be launched in the second half of the year. Maybe the dates will be postponed a bit.
And what will be coming this year for the PlayStation 5? Here is the overview:
The targeted starting shot for pragmata has also been postponed. Capcom's game was originally due to be released in 2022, but the development team seems to need a little more time. The release is now planned for 2023. Square Enix ‘Project Athia, on the other hand, had no official release window before, the footnote of the presentation now mentions January 2022.
You can tell that Sony has some high-profile PS5 up its sleeve, but the fans will still have to be patient.