Ich finde das ziemlich eindeutig. Microsoft hat offiziell verkündet, dass sie die Exlusivrechte haben:
"Another big exclusivity announcement from the media briefing was that the next installment of Splinter Cell would be coming only for Microsoft's next-gen console and the PC. And by "next installment," Microsoft didn't mean Splinter Cell: Double Agent, which hits multiple platforms later this year and was shown off with a new trailer. It was referring to the Splinter Cell game after Double Agent, which came to light just last week when assets for a whole slate of Ubisoft titles, including Splinter Cell 5, accidentally hit the Web."
Das Gerücht, dass Conviction auch für PS3 erscheinen soll, scheint an einem Übersetzungsfehler zu liegen:
"Last week was the week when first scans of magazine covering our game were spread around the web. One lesson to remember: don’t say the word “PS3” when you are an Xbox exclusive.
I don’t know how this happened, but basically after one not so good translation of a finish magazine (Finish is not a very popular second language, people tend to prefer French, German or Spanish…) the whole web started reporting that we made a point about the PS3 and that we could not have done the lighting on this console, etc… Even my favourite news blogs (Kotaku and Destructoid) reported this with dramatic titles and comments sections were again in a fanboy mode…
So to make things clear… We are exclusive 360 and we are really happy about it. It allows us to focus on one platform, not compromising to accommodate a port, and keeping a relatively small team. We have never coded for PS3, it would be a weird and uninformed statement from us."
Jeder, der englisch kann, sollte in der Lage sein, das dort rauslesen zu können.
Antwort #13, 06. Oktober 2008 um 16:49 von gelöschter User
Ist dieser Beitrag hilfreich?
Mani2 sagt "Danke!"
auch wenns dabei nur für xbox und pc verkündet wurde, heist des nicht, des es irgendwann mal f+r ps3 erscheinen soll...