Sony Hammers Down Listings For Games From CES 2021 Promo Including Ratchet And Clank, Pragmata, And More

Posted on January 15, 2021 by Nick Moreno

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At the beginning of the week, Sony Interactive Entertainment during its brief moment during Sony’s CES press conference disclosed some crucial information in regards to over a handful of titles. In that, the trailer, while brief, did encapsulate projected release windows for a bunch of marketed titles coming to PlayStation 5. However, now decided to pull the rug from under the original footage.

In a new finding from Gematsu this afternoon, it is discovered that Sony Interactive Entertainment altered the original trailer as the same listings are now removed. You can view the comparison in the tweet below:

As for the game’s featured in the trailer-ending subtext, it is issued that majority of these releases are propped to arrive throughout the course of 2021 and the years to follow. The titles in particular are Pragmata, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Stray, GhostWire: Tokyo, Project Athia, Little Devil Inside, and Solar Ash. Those projects received a proper introduction during the PlayStation 5 showcase earlier in June 2020.

But now, the same listings seemed to voided as Sony Interactive Entertainment decided to retract the information from the trailer altogether. As of writing, there is no clear motive released by the firm in regards for the decision made.

Most notably from the details spared in the original trailer happened to circle around Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart. Although framed to release in the PlayStation 5 launch window, the new trailer happened to insist a more general 2021 release which worried fans the game could be delayed. Perhaps this new learning could exempt the speculation. You can read the full report by heading here.

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