During an interview with GameSpy, PlayStation Network chief Eric Lempel has revealed that the PS3 back catalogue of games will be getting their trophies too.
He says while Sony is working with the dev teams to "hit a deadline" they won't force anything on them, they "don't want to interfere" with their development schedules.
"We're working with developers to hit a deadline. It's not something that we're trying to force on them, since it eats into their development schedules. Many of them want to do it," replied Lempel.
"It's just there's some additional work on their end; someone has to create art and assets, and we don't want to interfere with what they're currently working on. Ultimately, we'll have trophies for every game, but we didn't want to force it on them immediately."
He also reaffirmed that previous save games won't unlock the trophies for you, this is to help prevent cheaters exchanging save files with friends for some quick trophies.
Clickto read the full interview between Eric Lempel and GameSpy.
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