When questioned if the developer would port the game to other platforms to use Natal and Arc, Vandenberghe commented:
"I mean, I would love to get hold of the Natal team and talk to them about it. Maybe I'm wrong, I could be completely wrong about this, but for me in first-person action games, you need an [analogue] stick. I need clear, accurate input – I don't want to be using one hand to pretend to be my feet. I want to use both my hands for input. Maybe in ten years we'll be used to it; today I want a stick. So I hope with Natal there will be an option to hold a controller, or to use a one-handed controller of some kind that will allow me to have that analogue stick and then do the motion."When asked if future Red Steel titles could be brought to other platforms, Mr. Vandenberghe said he would be "thrilled at the opportunity".
"If I hand an analogue stick, and then a [sword-like] stick in my hand, yeah, we could do something like this experience. Now, Red Steel 2 is a Wii exclusive and we're not going anywhere with it. This is going to stay Wii exclusive."
Red Steel 2 is scheduled for release on March 26th, 2010. Check out the latest trailer for the game, here.