Twisted Metal will have split-screen online, won’t support Move or 3D

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 23 July 2010 23:49 GMT


Eat, Sleep, Play boss David Jaffe has confirmed tonight during a ComicCon panel that Twisted Metal will support split-screen online.

He also admitted though that the game won’t support 3D or PlayStation Move, which, according to G4, went down with a rapturous reception when announced.

Jaffe also said the studio is “interested” in DLC, although wouldn’t be mor be specific on what that meant, including the addition of characters.

Unrevealed concepts for the game was also shown during the panel, including Twisted Metal: Apocalypse, as previously revealed earlier this week by Jaffe on his blog.

You can get the lowdown on what happened at the panel here.

Twisted Metal releases next year on PS3.

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