If you can recall all the way back to the sepia-toned days of 2008, you might remember a game called The Unfinished Swan. It was super artistic, super indie, and super, well, unfinished. It was, however, also an extremely striking and memorable piece of unfinished technology, so much so that it was a 2009 Independent Games Festival Student Showcase winner (along with soon-to-be-released Feist and currently available Zeit²). You can check out the latest trailer of the monochromatic exploratory game now.
Looks cool, right? Well good news! Sony has signed a three-game deal with Unfinished Swan’s developers Giant Sparrow. In an interview with VG247, Giant Sparrow co-founder Ian Dallas said the deal was “extremely similar” to the one struck between Sony and Thatgamecompany that yielded the artsy and critically lauded downloadable titles Flow, Flower, and Journey. Other than that, though, the only thing known is that The Unfinished Swan will be a PS3 exclusive and will be available at some point in 2012.