Kena: Bridge Of Spirits will not be appearing at The Game Awards this year, according to a tweet from the game’s official account.
The 3D action platformer was initially revealed in June, during the first PS5 console reveal. Back then, it was slated as a release title for the PS5, alongside Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Demon’s Souls, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure.
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However, it was later delayed until Q1 2021 – meaning sometime between January and March. With that window less than a month away, Kena: Bridge Of Spirits are expected to announce a firm release date soon.
Despite the fact The Game Awards is known for featuring trailers, reveals, and announcement alongside its award ceremony, Kena will not be taking part. When a fan asked them about it on Twitter, the game’s official page replied “Maybe next year?”
Maybe next time? 🧡
— Kena: Bridge of Spirits (@emberlab) December 9, 2020
From the information we have so far on Kena: Bridge Of Spirits, we know it will boot up in just two seconds on a PS5.
The Game Awards are tonight (December 10), at 11:30 pm GMT.