Levine: I’m trying to make a match between Sony and 2K for BioShock Vita

BioShock designer Ken Levine is making a fresh push for the franchise’s Vita effort, attempting to bring Sony and 2K Games together to agree on terms for the title.

Polygon reports that Levine has taken to Twitter to answer some questions about the game, which was originally pitched back at E3 2011 and has since had its release fate completely up in the air.

I talked to both Sony and 2k about it yesterday. Trying to make a match,” he said in reference to the BioShock Vita project.

Levine further clarified: Trying to get the 2 companies to sign off,” when asked what trying to make a match meant.

Last time the BioShock Vita project was in the news was this past February, when it was revealed that development on the title still hadn’t started.

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