Flower developer thatgamecompany's next game is called Journey and it's due out in 2011 for PlayStation 3.

That's according to Sony's E3 press pack, which reveals that Journey is an "online adventure experience" that sticks with TGC's love of "simple gameplay and accessible controls".

As you can see from the first screenshots, Journey takes place in a big, orange landscape where players can walk, glide and fly as they probe to uncover the history of an "ancient, mysterious civilisation".

The online element means that you'll be bump into other people now and then and get to share the experience to some extent.

"People are free to travel alone, or adventure with strangers that they meet along the way," according to the press release.

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