Capcom officially confirmed the postponement of Pragmata, his new sci-fi game unveiled at E3 2020. Pragmata was originally scheduled to arrive in 2022, but now its release date has been moved to a generic 2023. The delay was now almost taken for granted. , since last October 30 the director of the title Yoichi Egawa he had already pitched the hypothesis.
Pragmata is postponed to 2023
Official confirmation from Capcom came via a Tweet of the official video game profile, which shared a short clip depicting the co-star personally apologizing for the postponement. Beyond the nice idea of using a gameplay video to make this announcement, the short video reveals very important information about the project.
In fact, at the end of the video, the message “Captured in RE Engine“, An element that confirms us, as it was predictable, that the game will make use of the same graphic engine used for the realization of the most recent Capcom projects such as Resident Evil Village and Monster Hunter Rise. This is certainly good news, given that the software house has already shown in the past that it is able to work small miracles with this graphics engine.
An update on #PRAGMATA:
Our team is hard at work on the project, but to ensure this will be an unforgettable adventure, we’ve decided to shift the release window to 2023. In the meantime, we have a brand new artwork to share with you. Thank you for your patience.🌑 pic.twitter.com/3ZTOkIWEYD
– PRAGMATA (@PRAGMATAgame) November 18, 2021
For the rest Pragmata continues to be a total mystery, as we still know practically nothing about the project. All we have so far is none other than last year’s trailer which, in addition to being rather unintelligible without a minimum of context, has not even shown any element that can indicate how the gameplay of the title will be structured.
Anyways, Pragmata is expected to arrive on PC and on consoles PlayStation 5 e Xbox Series X|S. It should therefore be a project exclusively dedicated to next-generation consoles.