Quantic Dream has been somewhat quiet since the release of Detroit: Become Human on the PlayStation 4, but it’s had a lot going on behind-the-scenes. Much of its catalogue was ported to the PC with Sony’s consent, and it’s transformed itself into a publisher as well as a developer of cinematic, story games.
For example, the Parisian company is bringing Sea of Solitude: The Director’s Cut to Nintendo Switch, and it’s also publishing Dustborn. It will also self-publish its future internal projects on multiple platforms, which will include the PlayStation 5, but also Xbox Series X|S, PC, and potentially even Nintendo Switch. Lots of change, then.
David Cage, the firm’s co-founder, teased on Twitter that it’s shaping up to be a big year for the studio. “2021 should an exciting year for Quantic Dream and our community,” he hinted. “We are impatient to tell you more!” It feels about time we learned about the team’s next project, so here’s hoping for some news soon.