Capcom has commented on the confusion surrounding what platforms the recently announced Lost Planet 2 will be released on, saying "clarity will come over the coming months".
Yesterday Lost Planet 2 was officially confirmed for the Xbox 360 by Capcom, with no mention of a PS3 or PC version.
Speaking to VideoGamer.com, Christian Svensson, Capcom vice president, business development and strategic planning, admitted the announcement was "confusing", but was unable to say whether PS3 and PC owners are being left out in the cold.
On the issue of Lost Planet 2's exclusivity, Svensson said:: "That I would love to give you more information on, but I'm going to have to remain silent for a little bit longer. It's complicated, it's confusing, I do understand that it's confusing how it was announced. It's not clear. Clarity will come over the coming months."
Although unconfirmed at this point, with Capcom unwilling to call the game an Xbox 360 exclusive it is assumed the sequel will also be appearing on PS3 and PC.
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