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Unfinished Swan Dev Reveals Next Project

Posted on Thursday, March 21 @ 12:06:03 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Giant Sparrow, the development studio behind the PS3-exclusive The Unfinished Swan, has pulled back the curtain on its second major project, which is currently titled Edith Finch.

Aside from the game's title—which could quite possibly just be a placeholder—and confirmation that this is not in fact a direct sequel to last year's PSN release, the only other piece of information we have to go on is the image of a mirror, which we've embedded below.  


The studio made the announcement on its blog, saying, “When you make games about evoking a sense of discovery and wonder the publicity part of it is a little tricky. If we don’t say anything then no one knows the game exists, but if we talk about it too much then no one is going to be surprised when they actually play it.

“That’s why for our next game we’re going to start talking about it early but in broad strokes. We’re still in a very early phase on this new one. The working title is Edith Finch and there’s no release date or platforms announced.”

You can check out the game's official page here.

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