by Mike Bendel on April 26, 2012 @ 3:01 pm
It’s been almost a year since the initial announcement at Sony’s E3 presser, and the PS Vita take on BioShock remains an unknown. Fortunately, Irrational Games boss Ken Levine has broke the silence, stating in a Wired interview that the company is “not as focused” as it will be on the Vita title.
This is largely due to ongoing development on BioShock Infinite taking precedence, according to Levine. Back in October, he revealed that the possibility of outsourcing was being considered — but as it stands, development remains under Irrational’s roof.
There’s no word on whether the Vita title will make an appearance at this year’s E3, but given Levine’s comments, if it’s a no-show we’ll know why.
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