Kena: Bridge Of Spirits, Solar Ash Get PS5 Release Dates, Then Have Them Removed

After a delay, Kena: Bridge of Spirits is coming out early this year, and Solar Ash is not too far behind.


Update: A later version of the same ending card shows fewer final release dates for PS5 games. Only the first-party Sony releases are now confirmed, leaving the dates for the others up in the air.

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There are plenty of indie games to look forward to in 2021, and Sony has just confirmed that two PlayStation console exclusive indie titles are coming out sooner rather than later. You can expect to get your hands on both Solar Ash and Kena: Bridge of Spirits within the first half of 2021.

In a small text message seen during Sony Interactive Entertainment's CES 2021 press conference, Sony revealed the release windows for several upcoming games. Both Solar Ash and Kena: Bridge of Spirits are listed, with the former scheduled to come out in June and the latter in March.

From developer Heart Machine, Solar Ash sees you play as a mysterious individual who can seemingly glide across practically anything, speeding through beautifully stylized worlds and just as quickly getting thrown into frantic bouts of combat. The game is scheduled to launch for PS4, PS5, and PC.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is the debut from Ember Lab--the same folks responsible for that incredibly spooky The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask animated film, Terrible Fate, back in 2016. In this action-platformer, you play as the titular Kena, a guide who guides the deceased to the spirit world, relying on the help of cute black creatures called the Rot. The game is scheduled to launch for PS4, PS5, and PC.

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