Capcom Committed to Remember Me, “Long-Term Future” Planned for the Franchise
Remember Me, Capcom’s new memory-altering IP developed by Dontnod was announced just a few days ago during the publisher’s gamescom press conference. If the game’s futuristic premise intrigues you, you’ll be pleased to know that Capcom plans to fully back this series for the foreseeable future.
The game was originally a Sony exclusive under the name Adrift, but now that Capcom has picked up the title, it will be multiplatform. According to Capcom marketing chief Michael Pattison, they were in love with the game right off the bat and are committed to building this into a long-running franchise.
When Dontnod showed us their content it really jumped out and we couldn’t not work with them. It is to a view that this will be a long-term partnership with them. This is Capcom’s IP. We do intend to work on it for a long time to come.
It is something that we see as having a long-term future, and we are investing in accordingly.
Remember Me is slated for release May 2013 for the Xbox 360 and PS3.