If like us, you’ll have been watching E3 like a hawk. If like us, you’ll also have watched the most recent PlayStation Experience (like a hawk), and undoubtedly your keen hawk eyes latched onto a very visually striking and conceptually interesting game called What Remains of Edith Finch. Sadly, What Remains of Edith Finch’s developers, Giant Sparrow, have been pretty quiet in regards to this 120-year foray into the tragic history of a Washington State family, as well as not appearing at E3. So, a little worried, we reached out to them, hopefully not catching them packing up their collective suitcases and/or bindles and heading out to less morbid pastures.
“At this point all I can confirm is that we have not been cancelled.”
It may not seem like much, but for us it’s a sigh of relief. We all know the various horror stories about games that get announced and toyed around with before being shoved into a box which is then thrown heedlessly into the attic (*cough* The Last Guardian *cough*). It’s great news that The Unfinished Swan’s developers are not out for the count, but still working hard on a game that is sure to be one those defining titles that so attracts the masses looking for something a little bit different to PlayStation.
Thank you to Ian Dallas for taking the time to get back to us amongst what is most assuredly his very busy schedule, both ourselves at Invicta and the innumerable horde of Giant Sparrow fans appreciate it.