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PS5: Sony removes release dates of some PlayStation 5 Games from CES Video

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In a live stream for CES 2021, Sony granted another look at upcoming PS5 games. In the clip, the publisher presented short scenes from games such as Horizon Forbidden West and Kena: Bridge of Spirits. The specialty: In the end, Sony faded in the release dates of upcoming PlayStation 5 games and pointed out, for example, that Project Athia should come on the market in January 2022 and Pragmata 2023 for PS5.

The video published for CES 2021 is now also available on Sony’s official YouTube channel – but in a slightly modified form. Because many of the previously shown release dates are missing in the new version of the video. The clip only shows that Ratchet & Clank as well as Horizon Forbidden West 2021 and Returnal should appear on March 19. The other dates are missing in the video. Therefore, it can be assumed that the release dates will remain under lock and key and should not be shared with the public.


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In addition to the dates mentioned above, the video also mentioned the release dates for Stray (October), Ghostwire: Tokyo (October) and Little Devil Inside (July). As soon as we get more information about this, you will find out as usual in our news area. Also keep an eye on our PS5 release list with the most important games for 2021. The list is updated regularly. Sony’s PlayStation 5 (buy now ) came on the market in November 2020.

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