Gran Turismo 7 Delayed to 2022, God of Warfare Unlikely This 12 months Too


Sony Interactive Leisure CEO Jim Ryan has informed GQ that Gran Turismo 7 has been delayed to 2022 as a consequence of challenges stemming from Covid-19.

A PR assertion despatched out by Sony following the interview reads:

GT7 has been impacted by Covid-related manufacturing challenges and due to this fact will shift from 2021 to 2022. With the continuing pandemic, it’s a dynamic and altering state of affairs and a few crucial elements of recreation manufacturing have been slowed over the previous a number of months. We’ll share extra specifics on GT7’s launch date when accessible.

Notably absent from Ryan’s varied interviews yesterday was a point out of God of Warfare Ragnarok, which was initially slated for a 2021 launch. From the sound of issues, it seems to be unlikely that Ragnarok will see the sunshine of day this yr, and a tweet by journalist Jason Schreier appears to help this assumption.

“I’ve bought a pleasant shiny bridge to promote anybody who thinks God of Warfare is popping out this yr,” wrote Schreier, who’s recognized for his connections throughout the business.

Nonetheless, it’s not all dangerous information for PlayStation followers as Ryan has expressed confidence in Horizon Forbidden West, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Aside, and Returnal launch plans.

“We’re feeling fairly good about ReturnalRatchet & Clank: Rift Aside and Horizon Forbidden West,” Ryan informed GQ. “And, you understand, there are two approaches to this: you may both maintain the date and put out the sport no matter high quality or you may ship it when it’s proper.” Ryan went on to say that Sony takes the latter strategy, not like some “some pretty high-profile situations” of the previous, seemingly referring to the Cyberpunk 2077 fiasco.

We’ll replace our readers when we now have extra details about Sony’s 2021-22 roadmap.

[Supply: GQ, Twitter]

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