The highly anticipated Bioshock Infinite from Irrational Games will feature a unique control mechanic on the PS3 version, and that’s support the PlayStation Move Motion Controller.
According to developer Ken Levine, Bioshock Infinite was built with the PlayStation 3 in mind to start with. So you know that you will be getting a great version of the game if you purchase the PS3 version, as well as the added Move support.
But what about Bioshock Infinite on PlayStation Vita? According to Levine, he is a big fan of the device. And whenever a developer gushes about a system, you know it has piqued their interest. You have to imagine that a portable Bioshock Infinite is a definite possibility.
Here is what he had to say about the PS Vita,
“I like playing games on iPad but deep down I want that level of control. What’s cool about PS Vita is that it seems to have all the benefits of an iPad-type device with the touchscreen and motion controls. But it has dual analog sticks. And I love shooters. You can finally play a shooter, a real shooter, on a handheld. Seriously, that’s a hole in my soul right now. Now I’ll have something I can play real shooters on, and that’s really important to me. It’s awesome. I tweeted a while ago that it did everything but make me an omelet. It sort of has everything and the kitchen sink in it, which is great as a gamer.”
You can hear more of Ken Levine in this new interview.
Looks so incredible don’t it. Bioshock Infinite will be released in 2012 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.