Since the publication of Fahrenheit or Indigo Prophecy in North America, the French production firm Quantic Dream has become known for narrative-driven games with distinctive gameplay.
Since then, Quantic Dream has developed Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human, three more noteworthy games.
All three games were successful, and Detroit: Become Human just got a manga spin-off in Japan. Since Detroit: Become Human first came out four years ago, many gamers have been curious about what the studio has in store for its next release.
Tom Henderson, a dependable leaker of video game information, claims that Quantic Dream has a new game plan for a Gamescom announcement, so fans may not have to wait too long to find out what the company has up its sleeve.
This year’s Gamescom will show the game in a brief, behind-the-scenes demonstration, according to Henderson, who was writing for TryHardGuides.
However, it is presently uncertain whether it will appear on the main stage or in Geoff Keighley’s Gamescom 2022 Opening Night Live broadcast.
Furthermore, it is uncertain what Quantic Dream will present at Gamescom. While many people would anticipate the company to unveil more details about its significant Star Wars: Eclipse project, there are a few other games it could be getting ready to drop.
In addition to Star Wars: Eclipse, Henderson claims that Quantic Dream is now working on two more games, one of which will supposedly be released for mobile devices and the other of which would be a funny medieval fantasy game.
Spellcaster is the name of the mobile game that Quantic Dream is developing in association with Netease. Dreamland is the name of the fantasy game, which has supposedly been in development since 2015.
While Star Wars: Eclipse’s release date may push players into the late 2020s, it seems more probable that Dreamland is prepared for a formal announcement.
Nevertheless, Henderson believes that it is still “absolutely feasible” for a Star Wars: Eclipse announcement, so fans shouldn’t let that idea go from their thoughts.
Any game shown at Gamescom is expected to adhere to the company’s established format of being a narrative, story-driven experience.
Some players dislike these games, while others like them and have even created some humorous tributes and parodies of Quantic Dream’s games.
Leslie Nielsen was just added to Detroit: Become Human in a well-crafted spoof film produced by a fan.