LittleBigPlanet: 30fps in 720p, beta, trophies, and more

LittleBigPlanet - Image 1The co-founder of Media Molecule, David Smith, gave out more information regarding the PlayStation 3 exclusive: LittleBigPlanet. He pointed out that the game will be running at 30 FPS in 720p, is already in beta, will have trophy support, and more. Head on over to the full article by clicking on the “read more” link for more.

LittleBigPlanet - Image 1David Smith, the co-founder of Media Molecule, has just revealed a lot of information about their upcoming PlayStation 3 exclusive: LittleBigPlanet.

In a live text interview with Eurogamer, Smith revealed that the game will be running at 30fps in 720p. In addition, he also mentioned that beta testing is already in progress, and that the game will be supporting trophies, voice chat,  and even PS Eye options.

He added that being able to have the game run at 30 fps at 720p “fits the game pretty well” since it “uses a lot of filmic techniques like depth of field and motion blur.”

As for those of you who are wondering if this game will be getting a beta, the answer is a resounding “yes!” Smith revealed that the testing is already ongoing and that it should eventually “grow to include more people.” The implications of this statement? It means that you might eventually get a chance to beta test this game if you’re interested in that sort of thing.

Finally, he also mentioned that LittleBigPlanet will be also be getting support for trophies,  although they are still undecided as to what these trophies should be. He also spoke about having the game support both Voice over IP (VOIP) and the PS Eye. Here’s what he had to say:

Well, I can tell you we have VOIP. It’s really useful when you’re making a level with a friend who happens to be in a different country. It fits really nicely into the game. There’s some more cool stuff about this that I’m not going to go into right now. We are using the camera for some of the creative features of the game. It’s a pretty powerful way of getting new content into the LBP world.

It looks like LittleBigPlanet is shaping up to be quite a game, that is, if the developers can deliver what they promised. Oh well, we’ll just have to wait and see. If you want to check out the full interview for yourself, then feel free to follow our source link below.

Via EuroGamer

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