BigFest PS4

We thought that PlayStation Vita music management simulation BigFest was taking an extraordinarily long time to develop – but now we know why. Sony XDev Europe has taken to the PlayStation Blog to confirm that the title – which sees you run a Glastonbury-esque festival from hiring the bands to placing the porta potties – will also be coming to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

On the next-gen machine, the free-to-play release will run at 1080p and 60 frames-per-second, and will also support cross-save with the handheld version. We actually think that Theme Hospital type titles have been severely under-represented in recent years, so we’re really looking forward to this. The fact that it will allow you to discover new unsigned bands while you play is just the icing on the already seemingly delicious cake.