Pragmata is a new lunar adventure announced by Capcom last year, “the background is the recent dystopia on the earth and the moon.” The game was originally scheduled to be released in 2022, but as you can see in the video above, it has now been postponed to 2023. The development team in the form of a little girl is very sorry.
Personally, when people are angry about game delays, I find it a little weird: after all, developers are not doing these things for fun. But I don’t object to anyone looking at how this delay is communicated and becomes intense.
We learned more about Pragmata in the trailer below, which shows a huge astronaut-like figure wandering in the destroyed Times Square when he meets a mysterious young girl. Then… well, I’m not sure what will happen, but I think they will float to the moon. Do it like you.
If nothing happens, you should watch out for ghost cats with visible brains. Good old Capcom.
According to the announcement, Pragmata will have an “unprecedented breathtaking and immersive sci-fi environment” and will be developed by Capcom Dev 1 (also known as creme de la creme). This is what the official Dev 1 account says, and the machine translation is as follows: “We are currently working hard to advance this project, but we have postponed the release date to 2023 to create an adventure that will be unforgettable for everyone. Although small, we Prepared this [trailer].”
The team also released a new artwork:
Death Stranding has the weakest taste for Pragmata, but honestly, who knows what’s going on: it’s really exciting to see a big new project from Capcom. At this point, yelling to twitter rando, he told Capcom Dev 1 that they will not buy any Capcom games until they remake “Dinosaur Crisis”. Priorities.