Sony London has begun full production on PS3 third-person shooter Eight Days.
The Guardian confirmed work was under way as it was shown around the studio, and also revealed that pre-production on The Getaway had begun.
"Moving up from floor to floor, we see Eight Days - which is just ramping up to full production," wrote The Guardian. "To get an idea of the scale of development required on next-gen consoles, the team, currently numbering 63, will expand to about 80 with a further 40 or so outsourced workers.
"A small team is working on pre-production for the next iteration of The Getaway, in preparation for being joined by the bulk of the Eight Days team when the latter is completed."
Eight Days was first shown at E3 in 2006 as one of the hot prospects on PS3 for the future. Its unveiling was handled by a suitably juicy trailer - probably to be taken with a pinch of salt - and shows plenty of driving action with exploding gas tanks in a desert-style location.
There's still no word on when it will be out, but we may see more as E3 and the Sony event in May approach.
Sony London is perhaps best known for its work on SingStar and EyeToy games.