Horizon Forbidden West Wanting Good for 2021 Launch, No Phrase on God of Conflict Ragnarok


Sony is “feeling fairly good” about the opportunity of Horizon Forbidden West launching this yr alongside first-party exclusives Returnal and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Aside. The quote comes as a part of a brand new, bumper interview with boss Jim Ryan, the place the principle man is requested in regards to the launch roadmap for 2021 amongst many different issues. He fails to say God of Conflict Ragnarok in his response, nonetheless.

Ryan says: “Yeah, we’re feeling fairly good about Returnal, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Aside and Horizon Forbidden West. And, you already know, there are two approaches to this: you possibly can both maintain the date and put out the sport no matter high quality or you possibly can ship it when it’s proper. We’ve got at all times taken the latter strategy. There have been some pretty high-profile cases of publishers attempting the previous strategy.” Fairly clearly referencing the Cyberpunk 2077 debacle on the finish, Jim Ryan reiterates Sony’s dedication to solely placing out titles once they’re prepared for the mass market.

And on the subject of God of Conflict Ragnarok, PlayStation followers have been cautious that the follow-up to the 2018 traditional could not really make it this yr. Perhaps the truth that Ryan did not deliver up the sequel in his response is studying into issues somewhat bit an excessive amount of, however we’ll have to attend and see.

Let’s hope Horizon Forbidden West at the very least does make it out in 2021 and would not endure the identical destiny as Gran Turismo 7 — that has simply been delayed to 2022. Will we actually be taking part in Aloy’s subsequent journey this yr? Share your ideas within the feedback under.

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