The Last Guardian’s Creator Fumito Ueda Will Give News as Soon as Possible

on December 28, 2013 7:17 PM

The Last Guardian’s Creator Fumito Ueda, who suddenly left Sony in 2011 but is reportedly still working on the game as a freelance, has been quite tight lipped both about the game and about his future projects, but apparently he’s just waiting for the right time to give us an update, and that right time could be soon.

During an interview on 4Gamer he was asked to give a message to the readers and his aspirations for 2014, and his response was brief but quite the tease:

As soon as possible, I think I’ll be able to give some kind of update.

And it would be about time, especially considering that all we received in the last few years about The Last Guardian and Ueda-san’s current labors are teasing words and half promises. Come on Ueda-san, you know you want to tell us.

 /  Executive News Editor
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