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.