Since the PlayStation 4 was announced by Sony earlier this year more and more information on game development has been coming forward.
Now Quantic Dream the creators of the awesome Heavy Rain PS3 game have announced they are currently busy developing a PlayStation 4 game, adding to the ever growing list of games already in development for the new Sony PlayStation 4 console.
In an interview with the GameStop website Quantic Dream founder David Cage, confirmed the PlayStation 4 game development and explained that Quantic Dream’s PlayStation 4 game will retain the studio’s emphasis on narrative, but is keeping other details under wraps for the time being.
Quantic Dream have already been partially involved in the development of the PlayStation 4 after being involved in the new Beyond: Two Souls’ engine on Sony’s PlayStation 4 console, explaining:
“Because of our relationship with Sony we had access to development kits on PlayStation 4 very early on,”-“we started developing [Beyond’s] engine on PlayStation 4 with crazy features that were usually reserved to CG films. We were implementing them on PlayStation 4 thinking that it would already be a challenge, which it was, but at the same time we realised that some of these features could be implemented on PlayStation 3.”
Last month David Cage explain that he has three games in mind for the new next-generation PlayStation 4 console saying: “It’s great because I have more ideas than I can develop,”, and has this week revealed more about their new Beyond: Two Souls game that is currently in development.
“The Beyond: Two Souls game is centered around questions about what happens after death. The game lets the player take Jodie Holmes through 15 (8-23) years of her life on a journey to discover the true meaning of the entity, Aiden, alongside her throughout the story. The game’s producer noted that players might be able to find out “what lies beyond” after playing the game.”
Check out the video below to see what you can expected from the new PlayStation 4 console when it launches later this year, comparing Heavy Rain vs Beyond: Two Souls side-by-side.
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