Pragmata postponed to 2023, Capcom apologizes with a new artwork and a video in engine

Capcom’s mysterious Pragmata has been postponed, the company has in fact announced that the game will not be released in 2022 as initially planned but will only arrive in an unspecified period of 2023.

“Our team is working hard and passionately on the project to make Pragmata an unforgettable game, so we decided to postpone the release to 2023” is what we read in a note released by the publisher, to apologize, the Japanese company has also published a new artwork and a very short video in-engine by Pragmata.

Unfortunately, Pragmata continues to be a real mystery, announced in the summer of 2020 the game is in development for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X / S, unfortunately, in addition to the debut trailer, we have no other material, the latest news dates back to October. when the producer confirmed the continued progress in the development of Pragmata, without revealing any other details about the gameplay or the plot.

Judging by the teaser in engine published today, Pragmata seems to boast a technical sector of absolute depth, at the end of the video a note informs that the video is “captured in RE Engine”, thus confirming that the game is made with the proprietary engine. by Capcom already used for Resident Evil Village, Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, Devil May Cry V and Monster Hunter Rise.