Independent Australian developer Krome Studios is turning its attention to next generation console platforms, and is already working on new technology to suit them, the company announced on Wednesday.
As part of a rundown of its 2004 line-up, which consists of two titles - King Arthur and Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue - the developer admitted it is "developing technology for next generation consoles." Krome is also working on new intellectual property - although whether it will end up on current formats or future ones is not clarified.
"The future of Krome Studios is promising, and we are excited about our current position in the interactive entertainment industry," CEO Robert Walsh said of the 120-strong developer. "The team at Krome prides itself on having an excellent relationship with publishers, and we feel that these relationships - combined with our groundbreaking technology - are reflected in the success of our games."
Krome certainly does get involved with publishers. Its King Arthur title is due to be published by Konami and Buena Vista Interactive, while its Ty the Tasmanian Tiger follow-up is the second in the series to be published by Electronic Arts.