Morpheme 3 now compatible with new Sony handheld

NaturalMotion joins PSP2 race

Animation tools group NaturalMotion has become the latest firm to expand its remit to Sony’s upcoming PSP2 platform.

The announcement joins a raft of middleware firms committing support the handheld.

NaturalMotion said it has already updated its Morpheme 3 tool to work on Sony’s high-powered device.

“We are excited by the possibilities that SCE is opening up with PSP2”, said NaturalMotion CEO Torsten Reil.

“With Morpheme already powering numerous PlayStation 3 titles, it is amazing to now have the performance to run our technology at the same fidelity on a handheld device. This is truly a great time for gamers everywhere”.

Earlier, game engine vendor Trinigy said it is updating its popular Vision Engine to include PSP2 support.

UK studio Rebellion has also re-jiged its engine for PSP2.

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