Kratos should probably look worried

Retro City Rampage creator Brian Provinciano has been particularly complimentary of Sony’s strategy with the PlayStation Vita over the past few months. Writing on Twitter earlier in the year, the one-man development shop encouraged indie outfits to work on the platform, after the portable version of his Grand Theft Auto homage sold particularly well.

Now, coming out of the Full Indie Summit in Vancouver, the developer has confirmed that he has another project in the works for the system – even if he’s not going into details just yet. “Tons of indie games have been announced for the Vita recently,” he said when asked about the current climate of content for the console. “I'm doing more for it, not announcing what just yet though.”

Considering the way in which Provinciano works, it may be a while before we get to see the title in action. Still, we thought that Retro City Rampage was an absolute blast, so we’re excited to see what the Canadian developer cooks up next.