Sony today boasted heavy support from key third-parties for its vision of 3D PS3 titles.
At its E3 press conference the firm said that Ubisoft, Disney, EA, Warner and Take-Two are all preparing 3D games.
Specifically, Mortal Kombat Fatality, Tron Evolution, Shaun White Skateboarding, NBA 2K11 and Crysis 2 will all be 3D compatible when they launch later this year.
They join a raft of first-party 3D games, including Sly Racoon HD, Gran Turismo 5, MotorStorm Apocalypse and Killzone 3.
SCEA head Jack Tretton said 3D creates "a more immersive gaming environment" for players.