Free Realms still in development for PS3

Console port will be shown at E3.

Sony Online Entertainment has reiterated its commitment to bringing PC MMO Free Realms to the PlayStation 3.

The last we heard about the long-planned PS3 version of the game was back in September, when the console conversion was being slated for a "mid-2010" release.

Now Kotaku has word that the game is still "very much in development" and, what's more, will be shown off at June's Electronic Entertainment Expo.

The free-to-play, tween-targeted game, which launched a year ago today on PC, has been a major success for SOE, recently claiming ten million subscribers.

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