Jonathan Blow, the creator behind the upcoming PlayStation 4 puzzler, The Witness, has shared information regarding the title’s progress on European PlayStation blog.
According to Blow, most of the game’s main content has been done, allowing the developer to give priority to extra things for players who are "really into the game."
The island — the location where most of The Witness takes place — is almost completed, with most areas being fully modeled, while Blow also confirmed that the game will run at a silky smooth 1080p at 60 frames per second.
“The game will come ‘when it’s done’, but these days, ‘when it’s done’ comes closer and closer," says the team’s leader.
Furthermore, Blow confirmed they are getting rid of loading times in order to present a seamless experience. Finally, music is an important factor of the game, as the sound files take up to 40 per cent of the game’s content. More details are said to follow.