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PS5: Release months for Kena, Straw, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Project Adia and others, Prakmata has already been postponed!

PS5: Release months for Kena, Straw, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Project Adia and others, Prakmata has already been postponed!

While many products have been confirmed for the coming months on the PS5, we are still waiting for more specific release dates to find out when we can get our hands on them. Strangely, the best way to get new news, with short lines in the promotional videos for the console, gave the release periods for the upcoming games.

According to the last point, Will return Dated March 19, 2021 Gran Turismo7, Horizon: Forbidden West And Ratchet & Clang: Except for the split Expected this year, Without the semester details provided by the previous row. An advertisement was aired as part of the conference Sony In CES 2021 All of this was reaffirmed and, without warning, given to us Months released for the remaining months Sequence !

According to the video, Solar gray Released in June 2021, Kena: Spirits Bridge From March 2021, Wrong And Ghostwire: Tokyo In October 2021, Little Devil Insight In July 2021, and Project game In January 2022. In addition, Prakmata, New license Capcom, Now expected for 2023, and Not for 2022 as initially confirmed. If it’s not a typo, it’s like “January 2021” Hitman3 ? These release periods seem to be the most reliable in any case, except perhaps the most mysterious Project game, But it is even more amazing to see a calendar organized in this way: maybe Sony Interactive Entertainment All this will be clarified in the coming days.

Meanwhile, the PlayStation 5 is not yet available for purchase due to a lack of stock, Unlike its games and accessories.

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