It’s fair to say that Sony’s been a little more muted than Microsoft since the release of the PlayStation 4 last year. While the Japanese giant’s console continues to sell exceptionally well, it’s counterpart has had to work a lot harder to drum up enthusiasm surrounding its box. That’s led to the Redmond-based manufacturer looking ahead a lot, with promises of impending Xbox One exclusives and big E3 2014 unveilings.

Much to the frustration of some fans, though, the PlayStation maker has been practically silent in this department, letting its competitor do the talking while it basks in the glow of an ever increasing install base. However, does that mean that the company’s taken its foot off the gas? Speaking with GameSpot, Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida suggested that the firm’s eye is still very much on the figurative ball.

“Some of the things that we are preparing for E3 are very, very exciting,” the affable executive teased as part of a wider interview that will presumably be published in the future. The smiling suit stopped short of sharing any additional information, but it’s safe to assume that we’ll be seeing a number of new exclusives during the show. Sony recently registered trademarks for two titles named Kill Strain and Entwined, which are likely to put in an appearance.

Is there anything in particular that you’re hoping to see during the mega convention in June? We’ve setup a shrine dedicated to The Last Guardian in the office, and we intend to pray to it twice a day leading up to the big event. Please, please let it be ready...

[via gamespot.com]