Sony Will Show The Last Guardian "When It's Ready"
After E3 absence, Sony's Scott Rohde says, "It's really important to us to make sure that the creative process works."
Sony's long-awaited action/adventure game The Last Guardian was nowhere to be found during the company's E3 press conference tonight. That's because the game simply is not ready to be shown publicly, PlayStation software product development head Scott Rohde told this evening in Los Angeles.
"It was a fun week of Last Guardian news," Rohde said with a smile, recalling the game's rumored cancellation earlier this week. "At PlayStation, it's really important to us to make sure that the creative process works. And in this case, [game director Fumito Ueda] has created something that's great, it's just going to need some time. We'll show it when it's ready."