Sony rarely announces important information about PlayStation during its keynotes at CES. In the past, it focused on televisions, audio, and, haphazardly, prototype cars. (You can see what the company revealed this year here.)
But if you had a very keen eye, you might have caught, in the few minutes Sony spent on its gaming efforts, a barrage of text that covered the usual copyright specifics, but also a selection of windows. release and launch dates. As indicated by Kotaku, which included the PS5 exclusive from Square Enix, Athia Project, coming January and GhostWire: Tokyo set to launch in October 2021, alongside Mislead (this adorable cat game).