Shuhei Yoshida’s latest word on The Last Guardian

"It's the same message!" says SCE Worldwide Studios boss.

The Last Guardian

The Last Guardian. It was announced for PlayStation 3 in 2009, once had a holiday 2011 release set, and hasn’t been heard from since. It’s not cancelled and is right now in full development. So what’s the latest update, Sony?

“It’s the same message!” Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida told Eurogamer with a smile.

“Lots of people tweeted me they were heartbroken by that [false cancellation] news [prior to the show],” he said. “People are going through this roller coaster of emotions, and it’s our fault for not releasing the game, yet. We owe a lot to those people, but we really don’t want to release piecemeal information until we can say this is The Last Guardian – so we ask you to wait.”

Hopefully the wait won’t be too much longer.

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