If there’s anyone who’d know if Sony was indeed planning on putting out a PSP2, it would be the software devs who creates games for them. And wouldn’t you know it, a game developer—one of the biggest, no less—just acknowledged that they saw details of Sony’s upcoming handheld console.
The confirmation was pulled from an interview with EA’s Senior VP Patrick Soderlund, who didn’t mention if they already had a working PSP2, but said that they had needed access to the new gaming device.
In a new interview, which will be published on CVG soon, we asked EA’s Soderlund: “Have you had any exposure at all to the PSP2?”
He replied: “Well, obviously as a developer we have had that – but I’m not allowed to talk about it.”
Soderland was obviously reluctant to talk about Sony’s new hardware – and skilfully avoided giving away any more detail.
When asked about his expectations for the console, he said: “We can’t talk about it because of our relationship with Sony obviously, which is… That’s just the way it is.”
Yeah, that’s really not much to go on if you’re looking for details of the PSP2 itself, but at least it’s a confirmation that they’re working on it.