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Sony has given new release windows to Ghostwire: Tokyo, Project Athia and more

By Tim Augustin - on 12 Jan 2021, 3:43pm

Sony has given new release windows to Ghostwire: Tokyo, Project Athia and more

Image: Bethesda

Sony has quite the year of exclusives planned. 

CES 2021 has begun, and unexpectedly, the show has brought us new release date information for this year’s lineup of PlayStation 5 games. This information was shown off during Sony's video presentation, casually revealing new release windows for half a dozen upcoming games. 

First, the bad news. Capcom’s sci-fi action adventure game Pragmata has been delayed by a year, with a new release window in 2023. The game was first unveiled during Sony’s PlayStation 5 ‘Future of Gaming’ event, specifying a 2022 release date. Square Enix’s enigmatic new game Project Athia (from the developers of Final Fantasy XV) is also set for a January 2022 release date. The game is set to launch on PlayStation 5 and PC. 

Image: Sony

Here are the other release dates from Sony’s press event:

  • Returnal - 03/19/21

  • 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

  • Hitman 3 - January 2021

  • Horizon: Forbidden West - 2021

In addition to all of these games, the PlayStation 5 is getting a couple more exclusives in 2021: God of War: Ragnarok, Destruction AllStars, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and Gran Turismo 7. Sony’s coming into next-gen swinging!

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