Wed, Feb 23, 2011 | 10:57 GMT
Guerrilla “looking at” PSP development again
Guerrilla Games producer Steven ter Heide has said that it could return to making portable games again.
Speaking at the end of a Gamasutra interview, though, ter Heide says that the focus for now is squarely on PS3 development.
“It’s something we are looking at, but for now our focus remains on the PS3,” he said.
“We have built up our experience, tools, and engine on that platform. But as with all Sony hardware, we will always keep an eye out and see if there is something we want to be involved with. That’s really one of the benefits of being a first-party studio, early access to all of the new toys!”
Guerrilla developed the 2006 Killzone spin-off Liberation for PSP. So far to date, it’s been the Dutch developer’s only portable title.
Another Killzone spin-off is in development for NGP, although it’s being made by Studio Cambridge.
Guerrilla’s next title, Killzone 3, launches in the UK on Friday. After that, it’ll work on a new IP.