High Voltage Software's first-person shooter sequel will use MotionPlus for precision control and better tracking.
Sega announced today that Conduit 2 will support Wii MotionPlus.
The sequel to last year's first-person shooter developed by High Voltage Software, Conduit 2 will use Nintendo's peripheral for better control and tracking. It will also help keep the pointer accurate when it reaches the side of the screen.
MotionPlus will not be a requirement, but it will be another addition to the control options in Conduit 2.
Conduit 2 to Support Wii MotionPlus
Track down your enemies with enhanced controls
LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO (10th June, 2010) – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced that Conduit 2™, the latest collaboration with High Voltage Software, will support Wii MotionPlus™ enabling precision control and better tracking. The Conduit series is famed for its detailed control system allowing players to customise and configure their controls, including look sensitivity, turning speed, the dead zone and much more. Conduit 2 will use Wii MotionPlus to create the most responsive control system ever, as well as improved edge tracking and transitions to pointer control.
"Wii MotionPlus is something that the fans have been asking for since it was announced - we looked at it for the original game, took a look at its implementation in other titles, and ultimately felt that we could add to the experience in Conduit 2 by supporting it." explains Eric Nofsinger, Chief Creative Officer of High Voltage Software."It's by no means required - gamers will have a great experience without it - but it does offer a level of extra control and adds value to those with the accessory."
Conduit 2 will be playable at SEGA’s booth (#2023) at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo and will be released exclusively for the Wii™ system from Nintendo in Fall 2010.