Fumito Ueda admits that they try to find the balance of Trico's behavior in The Last Guardian

"If you fully control Trico, what's the point? And if you don't control him at all, it ends up being a barrier."

The prestigious creative Fumito Ueda He has spoken with the British newspaper The Guardian about some aspects related to the always complex balance of a title like The Last Guardian in terms of the relationship of the child and his companion, the child Trico.


"To be honest, we are still fine-tuning Trico's behaviors and there are two extremes we don't want to fall into: If you fully control Trico, what's the point? He becomes a pet. And if you don't control him at all, he ends up being a barrier, something that hinders progression, "Ueda said. "We still try to find the balance'.