After the three most recent Quantic Dream titles finally made their way over to PC this year, David Cage has revealed that future titles will be developed with a multiplatform release in mind.
Future Quantic Dream games no longer being exclusives to a particular platform comes as part of a major shift the studio was considering even before finishing work on Detroit: Become Human and which was made possible after NetEase invested in the company.
Quantiy Dream Games No Longer Exclusive
"Quantic Dream is not exclusive to any platform anymore. So yes, unless there are some specific exclusivity deals on a title-by-title basis, all our games will be released on all platforms at launch.", David Cage told website DualShockers.
With PlayStation exclusivity behind it, Quantic Dream also intends to become a "boutique publisher" focused on "backing few titles and championing originality and high quality, while providing tech and industrial support.".
Cage also spoke about how Quantic Dream approached the recent PC ports, taking time to "refactor the engine, ensuring it would run well on low-end PCs and in 60fps 4K on high-end PCs, with upgraded assets", alongside altering the interface so that it fit mouse and keyboard, but also a variety of controllers.
Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human are Epic Games Store exclusives. The first two are already out, with Detroit being scheduled to launch at some point this year.