David Cage Is Feeling Ambitious For Next Quantic Dream Game
Posted on Sunday, March 11 @ 20:00:16 PST by Jonathan_Leack
Quantic Dream is one of the most unique studios on the planet. Not only do they only churn out a game on an average of once every four years (practically the complete opposite of Call of Duty), but the games they create are inventive and reach for places that very few developers are willing to go. As such, they don't follow the trends of most development studios, and a recent interview makes that even more apparent.
While speaking with GameTrailers, David Cage shared some insight on where Quantic Dream has gone since Heavy Rain released and where they are headed. He began by explaining how the company is nearly twice the size of what they were during Heavy Rain's development.
So with that many people behind the scenes, you'd imagine that they'd make a bigger and better Heavy Rain with even more shower scenes. However, that's definitely not the case.
Okay, well Heavy Rain was an awesome game raw with emotion. My dad used to always tell me, "If it isn't broken, don't fix it." Why not just stick to the same formula but use a new plotline?
This style of development is something that has stuck with Quantic Dream over the years, and it appears that success isn't going to change that. They've been working on a game for more than two years now and while they've been dead-quiet so far, it appears that it'll be something bold. However, David Cage has a Ph.D in emotion-driven games (okay, not really, but he should), and it'd be incredibly surprising if it doesn't have the same emphasis on story seen in his previous three games.
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