No Velvet Assassin for PS3, says Gamecock [updated]

By Mike, Thursday, 23 October 2008 16:01 GMT

Speaking to PSU, a Gamecock rep confirmed that the Replay Studios was not going to bring the World War II stealth action title, Velvet Assassin to PlayStation 3.

“Unfortunately there will not be a PS3 version of Velvet Assassin,” said the representative. “The reason being that Replay Studios started off as a PC development team, then branched into 360 development as the transition was ‘relatively simple’, but their engine does not support PS3.”

In case you missed it, Gamecock was acquired by Southpeak earlier this month.

Update: CVG has just posted some new screenshots.

Update 2: Video added. After the break. Thanks, Superfrog.

By Mike Bowden

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