Pragmata was one of the tentpole trailers debuted during Sony’s big PlayStation 5 reveal event, but we’ve not heard a whole lot about the curious Capcom project since. Speaking as part of its financial report, however, the Japanese firm has confirmed that the title is making “steady progress”. It’s currently targeting a 2023 release date, as referenced in a Sony sizzle trailer.
According to the company, the next-gen project is being fronted by “newly hired young employees”, and it believes that “incorporating the youthful sensibilities of digital natives adds a new appeal to the intellectual property”. Unfortunately, the publisher stopped short of sharing any information on when we can expect to learn more.
As alluded to above, we still don’t know a whole lot about this game. The debut trailer felt more conceptual than anything, showing sci-fi imagery, 3D printers, and holographic cats. It’s good to know that progress is being made, of course – the last title that Capcom announced alongside a Sony console, Deep Down, eventually disappeared, after all.