So the spiritual oracles and the super-hot sources of the video game industry were right. The very serious Plume only told you about it yesterday at around 5:28 p.m., now it is almost certain: Horizon Forbidden West is late for the first quarter of 2022, if everything goes according to plan …
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If Jeff Grubb (journalist for Venture Beat) was the one the leak came from, the announcement that was soon to become super-official will be from this time too Jason Schreier, the respected journalist now at Boomberg
And it’s through a forward tweet an article in good conditionwhich the famous insider in turn sold:
Sony has postponed PlayStation-exclusive Horizon Forbidden West to the first quarter of 2022, a source told Bloomberg, confirming a rumor shared by @JeffGrubb yesterday. The latest in the cascade of 2021 delays in the video game industry https://t.co/8atrR25oxd
– Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) July 30, 2021
Sony has postponed the exclusive PlayStation Horizon Forbidden West to the first quarter of 2022, a Bloomberg source said, confirming a rumor shared by @JeffGrubb yesterday. The latest of many titles to emerge from the video game industry in late 2021.
Not that bad?
Another blow for Sony and its many fans with a view to the end of the year? Not necessarily. Why ? You know that very well. There will still not be enough PS5s for everyone by the end of the year, and the shortage could continue for some time …
Suddenly, in this tense context, you might as well wait and refine your weapons before removing and spraying anything that moves, right? Perhaps.
Do you think this new postponement of a legendary Sony game is going to harm it, or actually … not at all? Thank you for your understanding …