Procedurally-generated survival game Don't Starve has proved so popular with PlayStation fans that developer Klei is considering the possibility of a PlayStation Vita port.
"Well before the end of 2013 we had over one million Don't Starve players," Klei's Corey Rollins revealed to EDGE. "With PlayStation Plus, beyond promotion of being a featured game, a lot of people who maybe wouldn't have tried our game did [try it] and really enjoyed it. Some of those people went on to check out the PC version as well, and would maybe be interested in the upcoming DLC."
Don't Starve: Console Edition released on PS4 earlier this month and was offered up as a free download to PlayStation Plus subscribers. The game first launched on PC back in April 2013.
"We're investigating a proper Vita version [of Don't Starve] at the moment, but we’re not quite sure yet," Rollins adds. "Currently, a lot of people play Don’t Starve: Console Edition using the PS4′s remote play, and really enjoy it. So we’re looking into a proper Vita release."
A mobile port is also being investigated, he teases, and though it's something the developer thinks "might work... it's not at the front of our development priorities right now."
Don't Starve's first DLC 'Reign of Giants' is expected to release later this year.