Quantic Dream Open To Becoming A First Party Studio
Heavy Rain developer Quantic Dream is open to becoming a first party studio, David Cage has said.
In an interview with IGN, Cage commented that the studio is open to becoming a first-party studio for Sony or someone else. Cage, when asked if Quantic Dream had ever thought about going multiplatform, responded:
We are exclusive to Sony right now, so no, we work only on PlayStation 3.
When asked if Quantic Dream was open to becoming a first party studio for Sony, Cage said:
We’re open to all options, but again, we’re not a studio driven by money. It’s an important element, of course, but it’s not like: “Tell me how much money you’ll give me and I’m gonna do whatever you want.”
What matters to us is “What is the project?” “What is the long term vision?” “Do we share a common vision for the studio?” We’re really passionate. It’s not just me, there’s a team behind me that is incredibly talented and passionate about what we’re doing — what could be the vision for the studio — and if all of this makes sense, then yeah, why not join Sony or another partner? I mean, we’re open to all options.
To view the clip from the IGN interview, click on the video below:
Also, be sure to check out Quantic Dream’s stunning “Kara” tech demo by clicking here.
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