According to Alain Corre, executive director for Ubisoft, Red Steel 2 has been in development for "many months now, and this new device will help us be even more precise."
In an interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Alain Corre, executive director for Ubisoft, has revealed that Nintendo's Wii MotionPlus will be used to augment the first-person experience for Red Steel 2. A sequel to the launch day hit has been rumored to be in development for quite some time, but this is the first official proof that one is Wii bound.
According to Corre, "the Red Steel brand is strong … [but] [the first title] was a bit rushed to be sure to offer something in year one to Wii consumers." With the creation of Wii MotionPlus, the Red Steel team has been at work for "many months now … [and can use] this new device ... [to] be even more precise."
No other details were revealed, but players can probably expect an enhanced sequel to the first Red Steel sometime next year, after the Wii MotionPlus debuts alongside Wii Sports Resort in the spring.