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We finally know the release windows for these PS5 games

It's going to be a big year for PlayStation 5 releases. When Sony's new console launched back in November, there weren't that many PS5 exclusives to choose from. That's all going to change in 2021 and beyond, as Sony finally revealed release windows for a decent handful of PS5 games during its Sony Square conference this week. Some of the biggest titles include Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart and Project Athia.

Sony featured several upcoming games during the PlayStation segment of Sony Square. At the end of the segment, release windows for these titles were shown on their own screen along with the PlayStation logo. While Ratchet & Clank and Horizon Forbidden West only listed "2021" as their release windows, Returnal was listed with a date of March 19, 2021. Kena: Bridge of Spirits is also expected in March of this year, followed by Solar Ash in June, Little Devil Inside in July, and Stray and Ghostwire Tokyo in October. Hitman 3 will be coming to all platforms on Jan. 20, but fans knew that one already.

Sony even shared release windows for a few games coming in later years. There's Project Athia, a working title for Square Enix's mysterious fantasy adventure. Very little is known about Project Athia at this time, but it appears that the game will be a PS5 exclusive for about two years before possibly head to other consoles, as suggested in the fine print of Sony's PS5 games trailer last month. Project Athia is slated to arrive in Jan. 2022.

Later, fans will see Pragmata, Capcom's newest sci-fi action adventure. According to PlayStation's game listing, Pragmata will see players "travel to a dystopian near-future and explore a unique lunar world" with a "profound story." Capcom announced the game during Sony's Future of Gaming showcase over the summer, noting that it would come to PS5 in 2022. However, the game has now been delayed, as the Sony Square presentation listed Pragmata's release window as 2023.

PlayStation fans previously got a glimpse at some other upcoming PS5 titles that were not mentioned during this week's conference. Polyphony Digital's racing game Gran Turismo 7 was previously slated to launch in the first half of 2021, but now has a "to be confirmed" release window listed. Meanwhile, Destruction AllStars is listed with a Feb. 2021 release window. PlayStation fans have plenty to look forward to in the coming months.