They're not spilling details but a job ad reveals they're looking for prospects with in-game engine, MMO, Xbox 360 and PS3 experience.
"I’m interested in triggering emotions in this interactive medium, this is exactly what I believe is my mission,” said Cage in an interview with . "But maybe in different forms: I know one thing for sure, it’s that Heavy Rain is the end of my personal trilogy trying to tell the same type of stories with serial killers and stuff, in the thriller genre."
"Now I think I’m grown up enough to say, OK, let’s expand the space and try to see what else I can do with what I’ve learned.” He said his next challenge is to create an interactive drama for multiple players, meaning MMO or co-op? That would tie-in with the .
“I think it’s possible and I think this is the next challenge,” he admitted, “and that would be fascinating. It’s incredibly challenging." Heavy Rain released exclusively on PS3.
“When I saw the efforts that were needed just to make a single-player experience work on Heavy Rain, I have an idea of what it’s going to take to make a multiplayer one, but that would be very exciting.” A multiplayer interactive drama... go for it Quantic Dream.
Hold on, did Cage and his team get the singleplayer interactive drama formula right with the recent Heavy Rain? Maybe you shouldto find out.
Quantic Dream job listing reveals next project's online ambitions?
10 March 2010 | By Simon Priest