Just one week remains before The Last Guardian launches and fans are excited to finally be able to play the game. However, many gamers will wait for The last Guardian review before they decide to pick it up and Open critic has revealed the date for the reviews to drop for the game.
According to Open Critic, The Last Guardian review embargo will lift on Monday, December 5 at 7am PT/10am ET.
The last Guardian has been in development for 8 years and obviously a lot of things might have changed during that time. According to the devs, the vision for the game never changed and the game was designed to be timeless.
According to game designer Fumito Ueda, even it took 8 years for the team to develop The Last Guardian, but what players will see in the final product is our original vision for the game.
He further added that from the start the team wanted to create a game that will be timeless and we have been successful in doing so.
we knew from the very beginning that we wanted to create something that was timeless, something that was going to last a very long time–that was going to hold up for “X” amount of years.
While Ueda has spent years developing the game but he won’t be playing it for almost a year after its launch. According to the designer, the reason behind this decision is that he will only see the flaws in his game.
Sony has also announced The Last Guardian Composer’s Choice PS4 Music App, that will feature 19 tracks which will also be available separately at launch.
The app will support both stereo and surround playback, and will also allow the user to export the tracks as stereo MP3 files.
The Last Guardian is an action-adventure game developed by Team ICO and will launch on December 6, 2016 exclusively for PlayStation 4.