Sony Removes Release Dates of Games Previously Announced in CES Video
In the video released by Sony for CES; the release date of many games that will be released on the console was also announced. However, Sony apparently had no intention of revealing these dates because the removed and re-uploaded video showed these dates deleted.
One of the companies participating in CES 2021 (Consumer Electronics Fair) held this year was the technology giant Sony. Sony delivered the Future of Entertainment presentation, where it demonstrated new visual, sensor and game technologies.
Of course, one of the focal points of this presentation was the PlayStation 5. Sony has released the trailer of its already released games and previews of its upcoming games in this presentation. Sony also uploaded this video to its YouTube channel shortly after. The release dates for the games in this video immediately attracted attention. However, it seems that Sony’s intention was not to announce release dates.
Sony removed release dates from video
As we mentioned above, the video shared by Sony on YouTube also included the release date information of many games. But apparently Sony’s goal was not to reveal these dates because he later removed these dates from the video.
Horizon Zero Dawn: Forbidden West, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Kena: Bridge of Spirits featured in the video will meet the users this year. However, the release dates of some of the games here were a surprise to the players.
For example, according to the reveals in these articles, the Pragmata game, which is expected to be released in 2022 by Capcom, was postponed to 2023. As it is obvious, the release date of Square Enix’s mysterious project Project Athia was January 2022. It was also revealed that Returnal will debut on March 19, Solar Ash in June, Little Devil Inside in July, and Stray and Ghostwire: Tokyo in October.
The company re-uploaded the video it prepared for CES, and this time most of the dates in the previous video in the uploaded video were deleted. We will also see in the future whether the dates previously announced are the actual release dates of the games.