Insomniac Makes Jump To Multi-Platform, Hints At New IP

May 25, 2010, By Gerard "Danger" Cabarse

Insomniac Games has long been assumed to have been a company owned by Sony, however their most recent exploits has been treading the water of a larger audience. Along with EA Partners, Insomniac is bringing their work to both platforms.

In a blog post, Ted Price, President and CEO of Insomniac, speaks directly to the audience saying that they have, “created a brand new universe and franchise for you to experience in the coming years. As we develop it, one of our goals is to provide an awesome experience for as many players as possible. With that in mind, we’re working with EA Partners to bring this title to both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.”

Sony loyalists have no need to worry as their precious Rachet and Clank franchise, along with Resistance franchise, are still exclusive to Sony’s platform, but their new IP is going to be played by gamers on both sides.

Insomniac isn’t the only company to have joined the multi-platform bandwagon. Japanese company Square-Enix revealed their long awaited Final Fantasy XIII to hit the 360 in the US along with the PS3. Rockstar’s game, L.A. Noire, was first revealed to be a PS3 exclusive game, but then was also slated for a 360 release.

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