Sony Online Entertainment's free-to-play PC MMO Free Realms is still coming to PlayStation 3, according to the publisher.
Speaking with Kotaku, SOE says the game is still "very much in development," and we'll see it in action for the first time at E3 this year. Free Realms launched a year ago, with some ten million subscribers to date. Not bad -- probably has something to do with how damned cute it is.
I played Free Realms very briefly, but was easily distracted by things like instant messenger, email, Google Reader, and work. I'll probably have better luck on the PS3, where my only distraction will be notifications of people coming online that I never game with.
Is a free-to-play MMO on the PS3 something you're interested in? That whole "free" thing has got to help, eh?
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