Developer Quantic Dream has hired staff to assist in becoming a publisher for third-party games.
Sebastien Motte, formerly of Microsoft Games Studios, has been hired as the director of third-party studios.
In addition, the studio recently received an investment from the Chinese company NetEase to aid in Quantic Dream’s growth past PlayStation.
The studio does not plan to cease making its own games, however. In speaking with GamesBeat, Motte said the studio will continue to make “games that are unique and original.”
It was announced at GDC that the studio is working on multiple projects simultaneously.
With this new direction, Quantic Dream seeks to become more platform agnostic, as the studio had mostly been known for publishing games exclusive to PlayStation.