BioWare Wants To See More Games Launch On The PS3
Like I just got finished saying, more and more developers are beginning to start their projects on the PlayStation 3.
A great article over at NowGamer elaborates on this fact and included in the piece are a few comments from co-founder and CEO of BioWare, Ray Muzyka. The studio has said in the past that they wish to continue working on the PS3 (after debuting with Dragon Age: Origins last year) and Muyzka reinforced this desire by saying quite simply, they plan to "work more on it." Said Muzyka:
"Well, you know every platform has its pros and cons and they’re all challenging in different ways. The interesting thing about approaching a new platform like PlayStation is that it’s very powerful and it’s just different from anything else. You have to embrace that and make sure that you’re fully aware of the technology differences and make use of all the strengths of the platform.
I think it’s a huge opportunity with the pricing changes, now the platform is definitely on the upswing and there are some great games coming. We’re planning to work more on it. We haven’t announced any future projects, but I’d love to see more BioWare games launch on PS3."
Many journalists and analysts are expecting that the third Mass Effect will find its way to the PS3, so perhaps that's one of the projects BioWare currently has in the works. We know the sequel to Dragon Age: Origins is already scheduled to land in February 2011 and there will certainly be a PS3 version for that, but what else might BioWare offer...? It'll be interesting to find out.
5/7/2010 9:16:26 PM Ben Dutka