E3 is right around the corner, how exciting! Sadly we’re not showing anything this year, but we’re sending high-fives to everyone who is! <3— Media Molecule (@mediamolecule) June 3, 2014
We’ve got a whole lotta fun to show you later though, and we simply *cannot wait* - so hold on tight, it won’t be too much longer :)— Media Molecule (@mediamolecule) June 3, 2014
LittleBigPlanet creator Media Molecule will not show anything at E3 2014 next week, the British studio said today on Twitter. However, that's not to say the company isn't keeping busy. In fact, the studio said it "won't be too much longer" until it is finally ready to talk about its next project.
We already know Media Molecule is working on an unannounced PlayStation 4 game, but it's possible that the studio has another project in the works as well. The studio didn't give a timetable for when it will reveal its next game.
Though Media Molecule won't have anything to show at E3 next week, the studio said it is somewhat aware of Sony's plans for the show, and says you'll be in for a treat. "From what we've heard about next week, we all have a lot to be excited about, oh my yes," the studio said.
Media Molecule's latest game was 2013's PlayStation Vita-exclusive papercraft-themed adventure title Tearaway. The developer showed off a wild tech demo at the PS4's unveiling event in February 2013, but it's unclear if this is an actual game.
E3 2014 runs June 10-12, though Monday, June 9 is expected to be the busiest for news; that's the day Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, and Sony all hold their press conferences. GameSpot will be on the ground at E3 bringing you all the news as it happens. For more on this year's E3, check out GameSpot's roundup of everything you need to know.
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