Playlogic pieces together PS3 project

Dutch publisher/developer to create in-house PS3 property in conjunction with SCEE London for 2008 release; Project Delta still MIA.

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Last month, Dutch publisher/developer Playlogic announced it had reached an agreement with Sony to publish PlayStation 3 games worldwide. While it had gained the rights to distribute others' titles, Playlogic at that time did not reveal any of its own titles for Sony's next-gen platform.

That changed today, as Playlogic has announced it is self-developing a mystery project for the PS3. Playlogic is developing the title at its Game Factory studio in the Netherlands in cooperation with Sony Europe's London shop. While Playlogic did not indicate any specifics on the title, it appears to be a downloadable offering, as the game is on a seven-month development timeline.

Aside from its as-yet-unnamed PS3 game, Playlogic has a number of other projects in its stable, including Officers and Age of Pirates: Captain Blood, which are slated to be released this year.

One thing that's notable about today's announcement is what it doesn't mention. Namely, the company makes no reference to Project Delta, the game it unveiled with much fanfare at the 2005 E3 Media & Business Summit. The sci-fi shooter was slated to be released on the PS3 and Xbox 360 and was reportedly in development at PlayLogic's Danish studio. However, the past two years have seen no new information about the game, and PlayLogic reps had not responded to inquiries about its status as of press time.

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