The PlayStation 3 version of Tetsuya Mizuguchi's hypnotic Child of Eden will support both PlayStation Move and stereoscopic 3D, Ubisoft's finally confirmed.
The PS3 version of the previously Kinect exclusive title looks set to retail for just £15 when it arrives in Europe on September 30.
Ubisoft says the PlayStation Move "captures a full range of motion giving you ultimate control over how you play the game.
"There are other added bonuses, like the ability to hook up multiple controllers for added sensory effects," it adds, confirming stereoscopic 3D.
"We're excited to be bringing the critically acclaimed Child of Eden experience to PS3," said Geoffroy Sardin, EMEA vice president of sales and marketing, Ubisoft.
"This is one of those special, rare games that belong in every gamer's library, and the PlayStationMove integration coupled with the ability to play the game in 3D make for an even more unique experience on PlayStation 3."
Producer James Mielke said this summer: "It will definitely be worth the couple months that people have to wait for the PS3 version to get finished. People with PS3s, people with nice TVs, people with all kinds of control options... it's going to be really cool."
Read our Child of Eden review, won't you please?