Insomniac Games is currently working on an unannounced PlayStation 3-exclusive game, the developer quietly noted yesterday.

The announcement came at the tail end of a press release celebrating the fact that the Employer's Group has ranked the studio as the fifth best place to work in California.

"Insomniac Games is currently developing an unannounced title, exclusively for PS3," according to a footnote.

Traditionally a Sony stalwart, Insomniac has already shipped two Resistance games and Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction for PS3, along with the downloadable expandalone platformer, Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty.

"Last year was an especially historic time for Insomniac in that we launched two successful games in one year while also laying the groundwork for our new North Carolina studio," said CEO Ted Price.

"It's therefore especially gratifying to earn such praise for our work culture considering the volume of activity and change we experienced. When we factor in the multitude of innovative companies populating the state this honour becomes even more humbling and special."

Apparently the company also plans to take employees and their "significant others" on "an all-expenses paid cruise to the Bahamas" to celebrate the firm's 15th anniversary.

Eurogamer's going to be ten years old in September. Just saying.

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