A momentary slip up yesterday on Sony's official PlayStation UK website revealed that Sony is working on a PlayStation Move peripheral designed specifically to be used with BioShock: Infinite.
Earlier this year BioShock: Infinite developer Irrational made an unexpected appearance at Sony's E3 press conference.
Studio co-founder, game designer and geek legend Ken Levine took to the stage and proceeded to wave around a PlayStation Vita and announce Infinite will support Sony's motion controller.
The slip up, which was quickly removed from the site, is the first we've heard of how Move will be implemented in the game since the press conference.
According to the feature "a special PS Move peripheral is being produced that will draw you even deeper into this stunning vision of a parallel future."
Since that's the full extent of what was said we'll have to wait to find out exactly what that means.
Irrational has released the second of a two-part behind-the-scenes video on the voice acting work that's going into BioShock Infinite. Have a look if you want to see Ken Levine make a woman cry.