Double Eleven Founder Lee Hutchinson revealed today that the studio is working on remastering, a currently unknown, PlayStation 3 title for PlayStation Vita.
The announcement came by way of a twitter, where the Double Eleven boss candidly affirmed the projects existence, as well as its current status in an unprovoked post. “Our next title sees another PS3 title being adapted & improved for VITA.Starting at 3fps its an optimization mission to get up to a solid 30” exclaimed Hutchinson.
It’s unknown at this time which game the studio is currently working on, however based upon a follow-up to Hutchinson’s initial tweet, we may not have to wait long for further details. “I dont think we’re long off announcing.”
Double Eleven has had a strong relationship with the PlayStation Vita, creating original titles like LittleBigPlanet Vita; as well as porting console experiences such as Limbo. Most recently however the studio has been working on Frozen Synapse Tactics for Sony’s handheld, an revised version of Mode 7′s 2011 release.
Keep an eye on TVL for more information as it’s revealed.
Double Eleven may have shown their cards early as they’ve all but affirmed the title in development as PixelJunk Shooter.
The potential affirmation came in response to concept artist Gibbs Rainock who guessed hopefully on twitter that the game could be PixelJunk Shooter; to which Double Eleven directly replied; “someone has guessed correctly too“.
This is not an official confirmation by any stretch, however it should be noted that PixelJunk Shooter was originally developed by Q-Games for PlayStation 3 and was later ported to home computers by Double Eleven.
Double Eleven since stated that they will attempt to hurry along the reveal.