According to remarks on its official website, DevStation, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's yearly development conference for Sony platform developers, will this year focus exclusively on game development for the PlayStation 3.
The conference, which will take place in London's Brick Lane from March 1st to March 2nd, has posted an extensive agenda
online, which includes significant discussion on the Cell chip, graphics, art, performance, audio, networking, and a new tool named PSSG, which is described as "a PS3 optimised cross-platform graphics engine and tool-chain."
There will also be a third-party demonstration and a lecture from Unreal Engine creator Epic, as well as middleware input from companies such as Havok and Ageia, who have already officially signed up to provide their physics technology to PlayStation 3 developers.
More information on the conference is available on its official website
, which notes: "DevStation 2006 is a PlayStation 3 Development Conference, to receive a delegate space your company would have to have an executed TMLA agreement with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe."