Media Molecule, developers of LittleBigPlanet, has announced that they won’t be revealing anything at this year’s E3. The developer announced the news via twitter, but they also promised they will be showing something soon, just not at E3.
The last we saw of Media Molecule was at the PlayStation 4 reveal event last year in February. They showed off a demo which involved music and puppets. We haven’t heard anything about what they may be developing next, but there is a possibility that whatever they’re working on, will be out in 2015.
The latest game from the developer was Tearaway, which released for the PlayStation Vita last year. The game received positive reviews. We won’t be hearing from Media Molecule at E3, but we’ll update you when they reveal their next game.
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