The biggest event in gaming two years ago was the release of Grand Theft Auto IV, for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. However, the announcement of exclusive DLC for the Xbox crowd was disappointing for PlayStation’s followers. Fortunately, it seems Rockstar plans to make it up to PS3 owners.
On the official Rockstar blog, the developer answered some questions from some die-hard fans. In particular, this was the question that stood out to many.
“I was highly anticipating the release of The Ballad Of Gay Tony, but just found out that it is only on the XBox360. I am certain that I am not the first person to ask this, but how come it wasn’t released on the PS3?”
Instead of giving a plain ol’ response, Rockstar hinted at something promising this year.
“We know that it continues to be an often-asked question – and believe us, we understand the frustration of PS3 owners like yourself who haven’t been able to play any of our most recent releases. All we can say is that we at Rockstar promise to be very good to you with our releases in 2010. Please stay with us and stay tuned!”
Also, if you’re wondering about the PS3 exclusive (or not) L.A. Noire, Rockstar also shed a bit of light on that as well.
“There will be something great to see soon – a proper in-depth look at the game and why it is so ground breaking and innovative, both in terms of the game’s design and the amazing new technology to support it. Expect to see a long-awaited reveal via a big cover story next month.”
Do you expect anything big from Rockstar this year for PlayStation 3 owners? Post a comment below!