THQ has announced plans to bring its successful uDraw Game Tablet to the Xbox 360 and PS3, after successfully cracking the Wii market. According to the latest earnings report for the publisher, uDraw tablets for the high-definition consoles will be "exclusively designed" for use with the system; however, no further details were revealed.
The report points to 1.7 million units of the uDraw Tablet being shipped during the company's fiscal 2011. The Nintendo Wii peripheral launched on November 14, 2010, as a bundle with the software uDraw Studio.
Since launch, three other titles were released with functionality for drawing tablet-focused accessory. The announcement did not indicate when the Xbox 360 and PS3 version of the device would arrive, nor did it mention if it will also be launched as part of a bundle.
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THQ has announced plans to bring its successful, previously Wii-exclusive, uDraw Tablet peripheral to the Xbox 360 and PS3.