Update: Sony has now confirmed that The Last Campfire will indeed launch on PS4 tomorrow via a PlayStation Blog post from Hello Games founder Sean Murray.
"For the last few years a couple of members of the team had that opportunity to work on something more hand-crafted for PlayStation, a game called The Last Campfire. It’s a game about loss, hope and empathy. You play as Ember, a lost soul in a charming but dark world. On your path you find others like you, some of whom have lost their way and turned forlorn. It’s up to you as a player to choose who to help."
Original story: You know British developer Hello Games because of No Man's Sky, but for the past couple of years, it has been quietly working on another title for PlayStation 4 named The Last Campfire. It was first announced way back at The Game Awards in 2018, and Geoff Keighley might be about to reveal that it's available starting tomorrow. That'll take place during Gamescom Opening Night Live, and the Trophy list may have given the surprise away.
As spotted by Gematsu, The Last Campfire's Trophy list is live right now on Exophase -- this usually indicated that a game is drawing close to its launch date. More evidence can be sourced from its Apple Arcade listing, where it was previously stated that the title will indeed launch on 27th August 2020. This is by no means confirmation of any kind that The Last Campfire will indeed come to PS4 tomorrow, but given the developer's close ties to Geoff Keighley after debuting the game a few years back, the reveal makes a lot of sense to us.
For more information on when and how you can tune into Gamescom Opening Night Live, head on through the link. Would you be interested in The Last Campfire if it came to PS4 tomorrow? Get those marshmallows cooking in the comments below.