Quantic Dream

Quantic Dream’s platform plans are shifting, and the developer will now be making games for more than just PlayStation.

NetEase, a Chinese internet company, announced today that it has acquired a minority stake in the developer behind last year’s Detroit: Become Human. Additionally, Quantic Dream posted a two-minute video via Twitter for the occasion as well.

NetEase has cited this endeavor as part of an ongoing goal to move development toward the next generation of games.

Speaking to VentureBeat, Quantic Dream Creative Director David Cage revealed the developer’s intention of expanding its reach beyond PlayStation:

“Our goal is to develop our studio as a global, multi-franchise company, while remaining an independent studio. We want to keep developing original games in the genre we pioneered, but also expand our audience by being present on all platforms.”

For a little more than a decade, Quantic Dream has been responsible for a number of critically acclaimed PlayStation exclusive games. Check out OnlySP’s interview with Detroit: Become Human‘s composer, Philip Sheppard.

How the developer will approach a broader audience is currently unknown. Be sure to keep up with OnlySP on FacebookTwitter, and YouTube for further updates.

Michael Cripe
Michael fell into the OnlySP team toward the end of 2017. You’ll mostly catch his work over in the news area, but that doesn’t mean he won’t dip into the features section every now and then. For him, gaming doesn’t get much better than Metal Gear Solid and Super Mario Sunshine. Though he is a die-hard Nintendo fan, he grew up on PlayStation.

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