Child of Eden’s delay on PS3 not due to 360 exclusivity window, says Q Entertainment

By Stephany Nunneley
23 June 2011 19:36 GMT

Q Entertainment’s James Mielke said in the latest 8-4 Play podcast on 1UP, that the PS3 delay for Child of Eden had nothing to do with any exclusivity deal with Xbox 360.

According to Mielke, Q has just been busy making each version of the game with a staff of around 30 people total.

“We’re doing everything in-house, we’re not farming anything out,” he said. “It will definitely be worth the couple months that people have to wait for the PS3 version to get finished.

“People with PS3s, people with nice TVs, people with all kinds of control options… it’s going to be really cool.”

Ubisoft has said in the past to expect Move and 3D support for the title on PS3.

The Xbox 360 version of the game was released last week.

Thanks, Joystiq (via Giant Bomb).

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