Killzone 3's Unlikely To be The Last Banner PlayStation 3 Exclusive To Feature 3D.

Seems like there are currently a lot of developers on-board, and that means more incentive to pick-up the technology.

One sub-set of studios you'd expect to adopt the new tech are Sony's in-house development teams. Speaking in an interview with, Sony Worldwide Studios boss, Shuhei Yoshida, has confirmed that "almost all" Sony's teams are looking into the tech - stressing it's easier to implement the functionality from the start of development, rather than later.

“Almost all WWS developers are researching how they can incorporate stereoscopic 3D technology into their games,” he said. “As these techniques are developed and shared among developers, we’ll see more games utilizing this cool new perspective.

“With regards to adding 3D technology to existing titles, it is much more difficult to do as the game engine has already been developed, and in most cases the development team has moved on to new titles.

“It is always better to adopt new technology into new titles, as the content can be created with stereoscopic 3D effects in mind.”

Notably, titles such as Killzone 3, LittleBigPlanet 2, MotorStorm: Apocalypse and Gran Turismo 5 already incorporate the tech, presumably with many more to follow. Uncharted 3? You can bet your life on it.