The PC game may not be out till the autumn, but Gas Powered Games is already thinking about doing a console version of Space Siege.
The news emerged on our old friend Pat's spanky new website, Videogaming247.
"We're talking with them about it," said Shawn Green, associate producer of Space Siege for SEGA.
"We don't want to let any cats out of the bag too early but definitely a console version is something that's being considered right now. But currently it's not confirmed."
Space Siege is an action RPG promising multiple gameplay paths, a robotic partner you can customise and online co-op for up to four players. If you like Dungeon Siege and Babylon 5, you'll like this. GPG's Chris Taylor, the man who also oversaw Supreme Commander, is heading up the project.
"We're seeing on console that a lot of gamers are appreciating the short and sweet experience, where you can play through and really like it and enjoy it," Green added.
"I think that's where a lot of Chris motivation comes from, taking that to the PC and creating a game that you can beat."
According to Green, Space Siege PC is out this September.
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