Guerrilla Games has said there are currently no plans to add 3D support to PlayStation 4 launch title Killzone Shadow Fall.
The shooter, Sony's flagship title for its new console, currently lacks any form of stereoscopic 3D functionality - despite the feature being present in PlayStation 3 predecessor Killzone 3. Knack, Sony's other first-party launch game, also arrived in 2D.
"We currently don't have any plans for 3D support, but I'll pass your request along to the team," Guerrilla wrote on Twitter.
@Rtgamerguy We currently don't have any plans for 3D support, but I'll pass your request along to the team.— Killzone (@killzone) November 18, 2013
PlayStation 4 is perfectly capable of supporting 3D play - although 3D Blu-ray playback is currently unavailable.
The only PS4 launch title to include 3D gameplay is indie platformer Trine 2, developed by Frozenbyte.
Sony has previously been a firm supporter of 3D technology, and has released numerous 3D monitors and TVs as well as movies and games.