Detroit: Become Human Dev Teases New Project News Coming This Year
It looks like the folks over at Quantic Dream have quite the year planned head of them. Despite us already being half a month into 2020, Quantic Dream founder David Cage took to social media to wish his followers a belated Happy New Year while taking the time to tease that big things are coming for the Detroit: Become Human studio.
David Cage recently took to Twitter to wish folks a Happy New Year while also teasing that he and the rest of Quantic Dream have “a lot of surprises” planned for 2020. “2019 has been an amazing year for the studio,” Cage said. “2020 should be even more exciting! We have a lot of surprises to come for our fans, so stay tuned! And in 2020 more than ever be deviant!” The full tweet can be seen below:
Ok, I’m late… but I wanted to say
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I wish you the best for 2020.
2019 has been an amazing year for the studio.
2020 should be even more exciting! We have a lot of surprises to come for our fans, so stay tuned!
And in 2020 more than ever: be deviant! pic.twitter.com/M7OS4SvvJq
— David Cage (@David__Cage) January 14, 2020
Quantic Dream certainly ended 2019 with a bang. Last month, the developer released Detroit: Become Human on PC. “I wouldn’t say it was difficult,” Cage said when asked if bringing the game to PC was a challenging endeavor. “The thing is, we didn’t want to do a straight port and just have a PlayStation game on PC. We really wanted to re-design the controls, see how the game could work with a keyboard and a mouse, and we spent literally a year just working on re-designing the interface. We also wanted to improve the engine and make sure that it would run smoothly on all PCs, not just high-end PCs. And that people will see a real improvement, that it is a real PC game and not just a port straight from PlayStation, so we put a lot of effort and time and energy into doing this.”
Detroit: Become Human is now available on PC and PlayStation 4.
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