"absolutely love" to hit the next-gen console platforms.
Especially if they could secure "cross platform" play too. Console players are "very accepting" of micro-transaction based MMOs. No plan in motion.
"We would absolutely love to do a console version or even a cross platform version of the game – as soon as we reach a point when we can dedicate a concentrated effort to really seriously investigate this opportunity and talking to console manufacturers about our game," said Vogster's vice president Daniel Prouslin.
"It seems that a micro-transaction based shooter game for console can be something very popular on consoles and the players have become very accepting of the model."
"Also the Unreal engine that CrimeCraft is built on should make it easier to port the game to current gen consoles," he noted.
"However this is a major undertaking from both development and business points of view but yes this idea has always been on our radar." CrimeCraft is a PC MMO that's in third-person and has all the typical features like levelling, classes, crafting and loot.
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Console CrimeCraft "on our radar"
23 February 2011 | By Simon Priest