Oh, The Last Guardian. How old you are, despite not technically having been born yet. If only we had a sign that you were still alive and kicking. Well, thanks to Sony president Shuhei Yoshida, we do.

In an interview with Game Informer, he wasn’t able to comment on much, but stated that the game was still being worked on. “There are some technical issues being addressed. There’s not much to show what it looks like,” he said. “This period of time we are unable to give an update, but the game is still in development.”

That means it hasn’t been cancelled. We’ll still have to wait a long time before we see the game, but this is hopeful news.

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[Game Informer]

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