An as-yet unnamed third-party developer is working alongside factions of 2K on the much-anticipated PS3 conversion of BioShock, reveals Sony.
Heading the project is 2K Marin, along with 2K Boston and 2K Australia. Alyssa Finley, executive producer at 2K Marin says: "Because this is the first PS3 title from 2K Marin, 2K Australia and 2K Boston, we've also got another development partner with some outstanding PS3-specific coding chops helping out with the project."
Which developer that is, however, will be revealed in the future, she adds.
Finley's also opted out of revealing what the "new features" promised in theofficial announcement (opens in new tab)will be, only teasing that members of the 2K Boston are "hard at work on some of the as-yet-unannounced components of the PS3 version.
"In the future, we'll go into more depth about what's different and what's new in the upcoming release," said Finley on theofficial PlayStation Blog (opens in new tab).
Finley told UK mag PSM3: "Sony have been tremendously supportive, but we don't have anything we can talk about yet. Anything new that we do is going through the same collaborative process that we used to make the original BioShock."
Courtesy of CVG (opens in new tab).
Jun 4, 2008