The narrative adventure Pragmata was scheduled to arrive in 2022, but Capcom has changed the release window to 2023. It will be available on PS5, Xbox Series and PC.
Pragmata is that mysterious narrative adventure that Capcom is simmering in its offices, and of which we have already been able to know some other progress. Although it was scheduled to debut in 2022, the company has finally decided to postpone its launch until 2023. At that time, it will be available worldwide for PS5, Xbox Series X / S and PC. As part of this change of plans, they wanted to share a new in-game video and promotional art that you can enjoy under these lines.
“Our team is working hard on the project but, to ensure that this is an unforgettable adventure, we have decided to change the launch window to 2023,” the company said in a statement, thus justifying the date change. “In the meantime, we have a new piece of art to share with you. Thank you so much for being so patient.”
In the video that we have left you on these lines, made with the title engine itself, we can see the mysterious girl from Pragmata holding a poster apologizing for modifying the launch plans. In addition, it allows us to take a look at the incredible realism that it boasts: its pupils change in size when the camera focuses on it, and the texture of its skin is even better than ours. We can also see her wielding different facial expressions that bring great naturalness to the character.
What is Pragmata going to all of this? We do not know for sure. In the project description provided during its announcement, you can read this as a synopsis: “Set in a near dystopian future on the Moon, Pragmata will take you on an unforgettable adventure, powered by the new generation of consoles.” Capcom wants to use this new license to make the most of the latest technology of the current generation, such as ray tracing, to compose a scenario “impressive and immersive like never before.”
We remind you that Pragmata will debut now, in the year 2023, for both PS5, Xbox Series X / S and PC.