Quantic Dream and Sony have become BFFs, as the Heavy Rain developer has announced future projects will remain exclusive to the PlayStation 3, according to an article on CVG.
David Cage, the ambitious head of the developer, revealed that throughout Heavy Rain’s protracted development Sony “trusted us from day one, [and] supported us all the way through.”
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Sticking the knife into Sony’s rivals, he added: “Being a part of a company with what are probably the best studios in the world is something really pleasant for us. We’re happy to continue this relationship and create content for the PlayStation brand.”
Twisting the sharp instrument with a final flourish, Cage said Quantic Dream is “excited” by the PlayStation. “We think it’s the best platform out there.”
Like all good relationships, there’s a bit of give and take. Since its release in February 2010, Heavy Rain has gone on to sell two million copies, and sparked a wave of debate about interactivity in videogames. Not a bad side of the bargain for Sony.
There’s little sign of what might be up Cage’s sleeve next, other than a few muted rumors which point to something called Fiv5.