The Super Stardust spiritual successor is a PlayStation 4 exclusive, developer Housemarque has announced.

Finnish developer Housemarque, which also made Dead Nation and Outland, is hard at work on the game as we speak.

Housemarque boss Ilari Kuittinen said: "We are super excited to be working on Sony's next-gen hardware. The platform's performances are enabling us to do things that wouldn't be possible otherwise and we truly believe that better technology can lead to better gameplay. The more tools and resources we have at our disposal, the better.

"Think of Super Stardust HD: at the time, PlayStation 3 gave us the opportunity to populate the game with thousands of interactive objects and implement the game's famous 'spherical gameplay'. Today, we can take advantage of the architecture of PlayStation 4 to create incredible visuals with direct impact on the way the new game feels."

The Super Stardust spiritual successor isn't the only PS4 game in the works at Housemarque. It confirmed it's working on another unannounced PS4 project. More information on both games will be released in the upcoming months.

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