After lifting our spirits during E3 2015 with a triumphant return , The Last Guardian has gone dark again. It wasn't at the Tokyo Game Show in September and it didn't appear at Paris Games Week in October.
This time, however, there's a reason behind the lack of information and footage, as per PlayStation boss Shuhei Yoshida.
He tells GameSpot that Sony is purposely holding things back because the game relies so heavily on the narrative:
"Development is going well, but because it's about the story, we don't want to show too much. We wanted to show that it exists, it works, it runs. It's not like we won't show anything before launch, but I think we will try to limit what we show about the game."
When it was unveiled again at E3, we were told to expect it in 2016 and thus far, Sony hasn't gone back on that statement. And there's still a chance we'll get an update at the PlayStation Experience in one month's time. It'd be nice to see it again, despite Yoshida's reassurances…
Related Game(s): The Last Guardian