Journey and The Unfinished Swan might be coming to PS4

Tweets from Sony Santa Monica creative director suggest "yes."

Update: Turns out these tweets were nothing but nostalgia.

Original Story: Sony Santa Monica Studio creative director Nathan Gary might be teasing Journey and The Unfinished Swan, developed by Thatgamecompany and Giant Sparrow alongside Santa Monica Studio, for release on PlayStation 4.

Gary made the following series of consecutive tweets this morning:

“Hmm,” the first tweet reads. A photo of a PlayStation 4 is attached.

“At peace,” reads the second tweet. A photo of Flower running on a visible PlayStation 4 is attached. The game has been previously confirmed for a PlayStation 4 release on launch day, November 15.

“Corrections,” the third tweet reads. A photo of Flow, also running on a visible PlayStation 4, is attached. Flow has been previously been confirmed for a November 29 PlayStation 4 release.

“New ways,” continues the fourth tweet. A photo of Escape Plan, again running on an in-picture PlayStation 4, is attached. Escape Plan, like Flow, has been confirmed for a November 29 launch on the system.

“Finished…” reads the sixth tweet. Now a picture of The Unfinished Swan is attached. This game, however, has not been confirmed for a PlayStation 4 release. And unlike the previous pictures, a PlayStation 4 is not visible within the picture.

The seventh tweet concludes with, “I’m finished.” Here we see a photo of Journey, also not confirmed for a PlayStation 4 release. A PlayStation 4 is also not visible.

Thanks, NeoGAF.

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