Sony’s CES 2021 presentation gave us a look at some of the new tech on the way from the company this year, including various PS5 titles. Although few details were shared during the stream, we did learn some updated release windows for a handful of upcoming games, including Ghostwire: Tokyo and Stray.
As noted in a disclaimer during the presentation, both Ghostwire and Stray are now slated to release for PS5 in October 2021. Both had previously been confirmed for this year, but this further narrows down their release window. No further information about the titles was revealed beyond that.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is the next project from Tango Gameworks, the studio founded by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami. We’ve heard little about the game since last summer, when director Kenji Kimura spoke about how the title will take advantage of PS5’s DualSense controller and other hardware features.
“You need to experience it directly because this is very difficult to explain both verbally and in text, but the DualSense haptics and adaptive triggers felt so good that it made us, the developers, say, ‘Woah!’ because they allowed for us to feel and experience the various actions and attacks like never before,” Kimura said.
Stray, meanwhile, is about a stray cat living in a post-human cybercity. Little else has been revealed about the game so far, but it’s being developed by BlueTwelve Studio and published by Annapurna Interactive. You can check out Stray’s reveal trailer above.
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