Pragmata Delayed to 2023

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For the last few months, we have been hearing about several games getting delayed. Dying Light 2: Stay Human, and all major Sony games like Horizon Forbidden West, God of War Ragnarok, and Gran Turismo 7 got delayed, and so did Rainbow Six Extraction and Elden Ring.

The Newest Delay

Well, now you can add one more to the ever-growing list. Pragmata, the mysterious near-future dystopian game being developed by Capcom, has been delayed as well. The title was supposed to launch in 2022 but now moved to 2023. The developer didn’t reveal which quarter we should expect the game on. So, keep guessing.

The delay was announced with an adorable trailer that showed a little girl holding a sign: “2022 2023 Sorry :(.” It’s the same girl from the game’s initial reveal trailer shown back in June 2020. The reveal trailer showed a guy wearing a futuristic astronaut suit roaming an empty street. We later found out that it was a holograph on the moon. You can watch the extended reveal trailer below.

There is a lot of mystery surrounding this game. My initial thought was it was developed by Hideo Kojima, which was not. Hopefully, we will know more about the title during The Game Awards 2021, which will take place next month.

Platform 

Pragmata will arrive on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (Steam). This means that the game will not be playable on past-gen consoles. However, by then, many players likely have grabbed the new consoles. If not, well, they can always play it on PC.

Other Capcom Games 

Pragmata isn’t the only upcoming Capcom game. The multiplayer game, Resident Evil Re: Verse, will arrive in 2022, and DLCs for RE Village are already planned. Several other RE games like RE 4: Remake, RE Outbreak, Biohazard Apocalypse, and RE Hank have been rumored as well.

So what do you think? Are you excited about Pragmata? What do you think about the delay? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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