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Rumor: Quantic Dream To Unveil New Game At Sony's E3 Presser

Posted on Monday, May 28 @ 12:00:20 PST by Alex_Osborn

PlayStation fans have a lot to be excited for next week, especially if a recent report from CVG proves to be true. According to an alleged source close to the media outlet, David Cage, the famed developer behind Heavy Rain will be taking the stage at Sony's E3 press conference to unveil a brand new game.

Those who have been keeping up on the developer will recall the eerily lifelike tech demo that Quantic Dream debuted at GDC, which was centered around a robotic girl named Kara. If for whatever reason you haven't seen the video yet, we highly recommend... or rather, command you to do so right now.

The source went on to add that there are apparently two games in development at Quantic Dream, though they didn't go on to elaborate what platform the other title may be coming to. Cage has made it pretty clear in the past that he is perfectly content to stick with the PS3 for the time being, so bear that in mind.

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