Our 2021 PlayStation 5 first-party lineup is seemingly coming into focus following a flurry of Sony bulletins and interviews with PlayStation boss Jim Ryan this morning. Gran Turismo 7 has officially driven off to 2022, and when requested concerning the Sony’s 2021 PS5 lineup, Jim Ryan repeatedly talked about three video games – Returnal, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, and Horizon Forbidden West. In a Japanese Famitsu interview, Ryan particularly says Horizon Forbidden West is a late-2021 sport, which is one thing they’ve been shifty about nailing down (a hype trailer from 2020 stated late-2021, however since then the sport has merely been listed as “coming in 2021”).
One sport that was conspicuously not talked about in any of right this moment’s PR is the God of War Ragnarok. The mysterious GoW sequel was initially introduced for 2021, however Jim Ryan didn’t communicate a phrase concerning the sport in any of his latest interviews. This didn’t go unnoticed, and dependable insider Jason Schreier chimed in with this response to the hypothesis…
I’ve bought a pleasant shiny bridge to promote anybody who thinks God of Struggle is popping out this 12 months
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) February 23, 2021
After all, a God of Struggle Ragnarok delay has not been confirmed by Sony, so take this with a grain of salt. That stated, pushing again the sport would make sense – I believe lots of people have been fairly skeptical of that 2021 launch date to start with, because the final GoW solely got here out in 2018. Positive, a AAA sport can be made in three years, however Sony’s inside studios don’t are inclined to work that quick.
Horizon Forbidden West involves PS4 and PS5 in late 2021. God of Struggle Ragnarok (or no matter it ends being titled) has been introduced for PS5 in 2021, however we’ll see if that occurs.