Sci-Fi Adventure Game Pragmata Delayed To 2023

Capcom, the creators behind Resident Evil and Devil May Cry, have just announced that their upcoming sci-fi adventure game, Pragmata, has been delayed to 2023. The stunning-looking game was originally set to be coming out in 2022.

Sci-Fi Adventure Game Pragmata Delayed To 2023 Cover

In a statement, Capcom promised that they were hard at work on the game. However, they felt they needed more time to make sure the game would be ready for release. To announce the delay, they released a short 30-second video. The video featured the girl with blonde hair and a blue outfit seen in trailers, screenshots, and other promotional media for Pragmata. Initially, there is a close-up shot of her eyes. The camera then zooms out, showing the girl holding up a message. It has 2022 with a line in it, with 2023 written next to it. Below is the word “Sorry”. Along with the announcement, Capcom shared a new piece of artwork.

Pragmata is an upcoming sci-fi adventure game. It is being developed and published by Capcom, the games company behind titles such as Resident Evil and Devil May Cry. It is set to be released on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S. Not much is yet known about the game, but the visuals look absolutely incredible. Pragmata was first announced in June 2020 with a teaser trailer. Capcom described the game as “set in a dystopian near-future on Earth’s Moon”, promising an “unforgettable adventure”. Capcom is making use of amazing new next-gen technology to create the game.

Although it’s a shame that Pragmata has been delayed, it’s good to know that Capcom are hard at work on it. With what’s been shown so far, it looks like Capcom are going to give us something special.

PRAGMATA – Announcement Trailer, Extended Cut | Next Gen (2022)

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