Nnooo gets PS4 developer approval from Sony

Their new game is at an early development stage.

Posted By | On 26th, Apr. 2013

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Nnooo, a game development studio from Australia, have announced that they will be developing games for the PS4 and have received approval from Sony.

It will be the second platform they have developed for and the first one was the PS Vita, for which they released escapeVektor.

“It’s exciting to be developing for a new generation of consoles,” said Nic Watt, Creative Director at Nnooo. “We’re delighted to get early access to PS4 development kits so we can get our games on the console as quickly as possible.”

“We’re still at an early stage of development of our new game,” said Watt. “We don’t want to announce anything until we are more advanced with the project. Hopefully we’ll be able to say something about it around the middle of the year.”

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