By Operation Rainfall Contributor / April 28th, 2016
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Vice-President Philippe Cardon was asked by Challenges if 2016 was a crucial year for PlayStation. Cardon responded:
For many 2015 was to be the peak in the cycle of consoles of 8th generation, before entering a plateau, a more stable phase. But we believe that 2016 will be another year of growth. This will be a better year for the software and a very big year for the hardware. We expect to sell many consoles yet. And then there Uncharted 4: a Thief’s End, the Sony event for this year. This is our biggest release of the year with Gran Turismo and the return of The Last Guardian. And of course, the PlayStation VR arrives.
We can take from this that Cardon believes The Last Guardian and Gran Turismo will both be out this year. In the case of The Last Guardian, the game has been stuck in development hell for quiet some time. With E3 only 2 months away, an official statement is most likely on the horizon.