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If you’re lucky enough to have grabbed a PlayStation 5 console already, your focus is now on when the most highly-anticipated new games are launching. Sony has used CES 2021 to confirm release windows for five such games, and it’s not all good news.

As IGN reports, the good news is that three titles—Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Little Devil Inside, and Ghostwire: Tokyo—are all expected to launch this year. The action-adventure game Kena from Ember Lab is expected to hit store shelves in March, Little Devil Inside from Neostream Interactive will keep us waiting until July to play, and the most visually distinct of the three: Ghostwire: Tokyo from Tango Gameworks, won’t arrive until October.

Project Athia, a mysterious new game from Square Enix and Luminous Productions, is set to launch in January 2022. Sony has a console-exclusive deal for the game which lasts two years, meaning it won’t be playable on Xbox consoles until at least 2024. PC gamers should get it at the same time as PS5 owners, though.

Now for the bad news: Capcom’s future dystopian action-adventure game Pragmata is delayed. We were already expecting to wait until 2022 to play it, but the release has been pushed back to some unknown point in 2023 now. If the announcement trailer released back in June is anything to go by, Pragmata will be worth the wait.

You can watch the full Sony CES 2021 digital event (which lasts 16 minutes and covers the PS5 starting seven minutes in) over at Sony’s website.

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