By Dom Peppiatt,
Sunday, 17 January 2021 11:31 GMT
After revealing a suite of release dates for a variety of third-party PS5 exclusives during its CES 2021 keynote, Sony has actually silently eliminated the info from its uploaded trailer.
Between the elimination of the little print and the almost impossibly small quantity of excitement Sony revealed this quite big details with, its now relatively clear that we werent supposed to know these dates yet.
Are the dates precise, or simply goals that PlayStation and the associated developers are working towards? We wont understand up until we get some official updates from Sony through their official channels.
For now, its most likely best not to put too much stock into the dates we saw noted on the initial trailer– it might just lead to disappointment.
Previously this week, Sonys CES conference presented us to some unexpected details thanks to a sizzle reel that included video footage from a variety of upcoming PS5 video games with release dates tacked onto the end of the trailer.
Among the details noted, we saw dates for Capcoms Pragmata ( pushed back to 2023), Square Enixs Project Athia ( listed as January 2022), cat-based indie video game, Stray (October 2021), Kena: Bridge of Spirits ( March 2021), Solar Ash (June 2021), Little Devil Inside (July 2021) and Ghostwire Tokyo (October 2021). Ratchet & & Clank: Rift and Horizon Forbidden West both got unclear 2021 listings, too.
This info was apparently shared prematurely, though, because given that the original sizzle reel aired at CES, weve seen Sony silently remove the small print from the original trailer that was uploaded.
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