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Rumour: Quantic Dream Working on Second PS4 Title

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Though Detroit: Become Human is without a release date, developer Quantic Dream may be working on another PlayStation 4 project, if a pair of LinkedIn profiles are accurate.

The profiles both mention at least one unannounced project, which would have been in development as early as 2014, shortly after the release of Beyond: Two Souls, given that both staff members left the studio that year. While no real details on the project can be gleaned from the brief descriptions on the profiles, one clearly highlights that multiple projects were in the works for PlayStation 4, rather than the more general terms of current- or next-generation consoles.

That profile belongs to Joel Janisse, a scripwriter who has since worked on Hitman and is currently employed by Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate developer, Ubisoft Quebec. The other profile, meanwhile, is that of Zachary Parris, a freelance writer.

While not unusual for a developer to work on multiple projects concurrently, the scale of Quantic Dream’s, with their heavy reliance on motion-captured animation, makes the prospect of the studio having two in active development unlikely. However, the unannounced title could simply be remaining in pre-production while the studio finishes work on Detroit. Supporting this theory is the revelation that Quantic Dream itself shared today’s rumour on its Twitter page.

Detroit: Become Human recently completed its motion capture process for one of its lead actresses, suggesting that the game may not be very far away. That game is set in a futuristic version of Detroit where service androids have begun to become self-aware. Originally envisioned as a PS4 technical demonstration called Kara, the project was revealed as full game at Sony’s Paris Games Week press conference in 2015, and will once again adopt Quantic Dream’s big-budget point-and-click style, which the developer calls “interactive drama.”

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Stalker 2 is Not A Revived Version of the Cancelled 2012 Project

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Stalker 2 has been confirmed as an entirely new project that has no basis on the cancelled 2012 sequel.

Roughly a decade ago, fans were excited when Stalker 2 was announced. Unfortunately, in 2012, Ukrainian developers GSC Games World was shut down and all progress on the sequel was put on hold.

All went quiet until 2014 where the company resurfaced and announced that development on a version of Stalker 2 was underway. Despite a developer build for the original Stalker 2 making its way onto the web, GSC Games World chose to start from scratch and create an entirely new AAA experience for the series.

GSC Games World has so far not stated why the decision was made to start from the beginning, aside from the assurance that the new game is currently in development and will hopefully hit stores in 2021.

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