Sony Confirmed Release Date for Few PlayStation 5 Games
Sony has confirmed the targeted release date for some of its first and third party PlayStation 5 games. The target release dates for several remarkable projects and sequels that fans are eagerly awaiting; have been more or less determined. Among them are notable games such as Ghostwire Tokyo, Project Athia, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart and Horizon Forbidden West.
Here are the target release dates for some PlayStation 5 games
As you know, various games have been announced for Sony’s new generation console PlayStation 5. Among them are remarkable games from independent developers; as well as announcements from the series that fans have been waiting for a new game for a long time. Perhaps the most striking of these was a new God of War game. Now, although the targeted release dates of several games are not very clear; the release dates have been determined and the games that have been postponed again are among them.
Housemarque is coming back this March. In a CES 2021 presentation, the company reiterated that the PlayStation 5 games Ratchet and Clank: Ratchet; and Clank: Rift Apart developed by Insomniac Games and Horizon Forbidden West developed by Guerilla Games will be released this year.
In fact, on the third-party games side, Kena: Bridge of Spirits (developed by Ember Lab) will be released in March; Solar Ash (developing Heart Machine and Annapurna Interactive) in June, and Little Devil Inside (developing Neostream Interactive) in July. After these games, will come Stray (BlueTwelve and Annapurna Interactive) and Ghostwire Tokyo (Tango Gameworks and Bethesda) in October. With the release of new generation console games in 2021, the number of games presented for the gamers will be more than enough.
Square Enix’s original IP Project Athia, which will be exclusive to the console for two years after its release, is among the games to release in January 2022. In addition, release date of Pragmata from Capcom moved from 2022 to 2023. In addition, the adventure game, which will also come to Xbox Series X and PC, takes place in the Earth’s moon in the dystopian near future.
God of War Ragnarök and Gran Turismo 7, perhaps the most anticipated game for fans, are preparing to appear in 2021.