Quantic Dream will not launch its next game as a PlayStation exclusive, according to studio head David Cage. Now that the company has released its previous games on PC, they're eager to continue working on multiplatform releases in the future:
"The reaction from the PC community has been tremendous," said Cage in a recent interview. "It is like expanding our family. We will, of course, remain a part of the PlayStation family, but we will now also make our games available to everyone, no matter their platform."
Cage also mentioned that the decision to push for a PC release of previous Quantic Dream games was made during the development of Detroid: Become Human. The studio wanted to redefine their long-term direction and even try and help other developers with their own projects.
"We always had a good relationship with Sony, so we could have an open discussion with them, and I am glad we could find a way to make our games available to all PC gamers," explained Cage.
Though releasing games on PC may be somewhat new to Quantic Dream, they will stick to their guns: "What will not change is our passion, the ambition we have to create games that are different, and the respect we have for those who play them."