An insider who has confirmed to have information of the event plans of French developer Quantic Dream has revealed new particulars about its subsequent title.
Twitter consumer @accngt, who has not too long ago launched inside Quantic Dream supplies early, similar to tweeting a screenshot from Star Wars Eclipse earlier than it was introduced, posted an replace on the sport to their account.
Mentioned to be based mostly on the PS4 tech demo The Darkish Sorcerer, the sport, which is known to be codenamed “Dreamland” is claimed to be based mostly on “Interactive storytelling” and is being written by David Cage.
The sport can also be mentioned to be “cross-gen” nevertheless @accngt speculates that this might change.
The Darkish Sorcerer | E3 2013
The Darkish Sorcerer tech demo was first revealed at E3 2013, months earlier than the discharge of the PlayStation 4.
Within the 12 minute clip, a wizard is seen casting darkish magic, earlier than it’s revealed that the entire thing is happening on a movie set, and the demo devolves right into a comedic sketch. Quantic Dream’s Detroit: Become Human additionally started life as a tech demo titled ‘Kara’.
Quantic Dream can also be engaged on Star Wars Eclipse. In December, it was confirmed that Eclipse is about within the Excessive Republic period. The sport was introduced throughout The Game Awards.
“Star Wars Eclipse is the primary online game to be set in an uncharted area of the Outer Rim throughout The Excessive Republic period, generally known as the golden age of the Jedi,” Quantic Dream mentioned.
“The sport will construct upon Quantic Dream’s experience in delivering deeply branching narratives and can transcend their already established acclaim. Participant’s selections will likely be on the coronary heart of the expertise, as each choice can have a dramatic affect on the course of the story.”
The primary trailer exhibits off spectacular visuals together with footage of Yoda and the planet of Naboo.
Earlier this yr Lucasfilm signalled that its Star Wars exclusivity take care of EA was over—or a minimum of coming to an finish—by partnering with Ubisoft on a new open-world game.