We know "Guitar Hero: Metallica" is coming. "Guitar Hero" publisher Activision announced the game in a financial filing (odd, we know) a couple of months ago.
That didn't stop Metallica co-founder Lars Ulrich from getting a bit secretive about it when one of our MTV News reporters asked him about it recently.
"Let’s put it this way," he told MTV News. "[Our next album] Death Magnetic comes out in September, and the day it comes out, it will be available in the 'Guitar Hero 3' format, which we’re obviously super-psyched about. As I've born witness to in my house, its all about the next generation. My kids play 'Guitar Hero' every day, and to be able to get the Metallica record the day it comes out, that's super cool.
"There’s an Aerosmith game out there that’s super successful, and if somebody’s gonna follow that up...we’re talking, and its exciting, and the people at 'Guitar Hero' and Activision are rapidly becoming our best new friends in the world. You can put the rest of it together yourself."
Sounds like "Guitar Hero: Metallica" is indeed still in the works, no?