Sony Online Entertainment's free-to-play MMO, Free Realms, has just reached it's first year anniversary, and yet it hasn't seen it's promised PlayStation 3 version still. For a while it actually seemed that it would never happen, but according to an interview with Kotaku, Free Realms is still on its way and will be seen at this year's E3 running on the PS3.
Speaking with Kotaku, a representative from Sony Online Entertainment stated, "Free Realms for the PlayStation 3 is very much in development and, you heard it here first, fans can be prepared to see the first demo in action in June at E3!"
So this means not only will the PlayStation have its very own MMO, but a free-to-play one to boot. Not to mention the family friendly level of the game. This will also mark the first PC console game crossover since Shadowrun, which didn't exactly work as a live action battle game. Although, given the type of game Free Realms is, this probably won't be a problem.