Last Monday, Sony released several release dates for PS5 games in a trailer released at CES 2021.
For example, among them was Kena: Bridge of Spirits for March, Ghostwire: Tokyo for October, Project Athia for January 2022, and even Pragmata for 2023.
Today, the trailer was officially released on Sony’s YouTube channel and all those dates at the end of it have been removed. We don’t know exactly what that means: if plans have changed, if Sony released something ahead of time or if dates were incorrect from the start. Until Sony clarified the removal (something that probably won’t happen), we were left with the doubt in the air.