It’s been a busy news week for The Last Guardian as Sony have confirmed that both the game’s creator, Fumito Ueda, and the executive producer, Yoshifusa Hayama, have left the development studio of the title with the former only working on the game on a freelance basis.
This is a week that is set to get even busier as the dog/mouse/bird hybrid creature-thing and it’s boy protector seem to have gotten an actual release date, as listed by Amazon.
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The fact that the game is set for a post-Christmas release date does not look good for the game as it means that it’ll miss out on all of those Christmas sales that keep game developers alive. And for a game that has been pushed back several times, it’s rather ironic that we will see it released after the apocalypse (if you believe in that stuff anyway).
Jokes aside, if this does indeed turn out to be the official release date of the game, we’ll have a long wait ahead of us, but with a development as rocky as the one it’s had, we’ll be lucky to get a release of The Last Guardian at all.
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