Capcom’s new action-adventure sport, Pragmata, is coming later than anticipated. According to a video presentation proven by Sony at CES 2021 on Monday, Pragmata is now scheduled to be launched someday in 2023.
When Capcom unveiled Pragmata to the world at Sony’s PlayStation 5 “Future of Gaming” occasion in June 2020, the writer introduced the mysterious new sport as a 2022 launch for PlayStation 5, Windows PC, and Xbox Series X. Capcom’s plans seem to have modified, nevertheless, which isn’t notably stunning after quite a few sport delays had been introduced final yr because of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
We’ve reached out to Capcom to substantiate that Pragmata’s new 2023 launch window is correct. (Capcom’s press web site and the Pragmata Twitter account nonetheless present a 2022 launch window.)
And whereas Pragmata’s delay could also be disappointing, Sony’s sizzle reel additionally included a launch date that feels sooner than anticipated: Square Enix’s equally mysterious new sport, Project Athia — a title from the Final Fantasy 15 growth staff — is scheduled for launch in January 2022. Project Athia is destined for PS5 and Windows PC. Square Enix has not but introduced a launch date.
Other launch dates and home windows listed as a part of Sony’s PS5 sizzle reel are:
- Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart – 2021
- Horizon Forbidden West – 2021 (additionally coming to PlayStation 4)
- Returnal – March 19, 2021
- Kena: Bridge of Spirits – March 2021 (additionally coming to PS4)
- Solar Ash – June 2021 (additionally coming to PS4)
- Little Devil Inside – July 2021 (additionally coming to PS4)
- Stray – October 2021 (additionally coming to PS4)
- GhostWire: Tokyo – October 2021