Pragmata Delayed to 2023, Project Athia Gets 2022 Release Window | IGN

Sony’s CES 2021 press conference was a touch light on games, but a new sizzle reel did contain updated release windows for some highly-anticipated PS5 games, including Pragmata which is now slated for 2023.

Pragmata is Capcom’s new game that was announced during Sony’s PlayStation 5 “Future of Gaming” presentation in 2020. The trailer ended with a tag that slated Pragmata for a 2022 release window. However, the latest CES sizzle has bumped the date up into 2023.

The sizzle has also confirmed some releases for other upcoming, third-party PS5 games including Kena: Bridge of Spirits in March 2021, Ghostwire Tokyo in October 2021, Little Devil Inside in July 2021, and Project Athia in January 2022.

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Athia is Square Enix’s new game which was announced without a release window. Square Enix is also working on Final Fantasy 16, which also doesn’t have a confirmed release window.

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IGN has reached out to Capcom and we are awaiting a further response.

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Matt T.M. Kim is a reporter for IGN. You can reach him on Twitter @lawoftd.
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