In the past year the formerly PlayStation-only studio has expanded into the PC space, with three of its titles – Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain – all released on the Epic Games Store.
Looking ahead to the new year on Twitter, Cage told fans that 2020 “should be even more exciting” than 2019.
“2019 has been an amazing year for the studio. 2020 should be even more exciting,” he wrote. “We have a lot of surprises to come for our fans, so stay tuned! And in 2020 more than ever: be deviant!”
Quantic Dream’s most recent title, Detroit: Become Human, released first for PS4 in 2018 and has sold more than three million copies.
At this stage during the last console cycle, the French studio became involved with the pre-launch promotion of PlayStation 4 with its impressive Kara (which was claimed to be running on PS3) and Dark Sorcerer tech demos.
Following the sale of a minority stake of the company to China’s NetEase in 2019, Quantic Dream co-CEO Guillaume de Fondaumière said the studio intended to make its games accessible to a wider audience going forward.
“Our objective is to be present on all platforms where there is an audience that can enjoy our experiences,” he told Variety.
“We will, of course, continue developing on PlayStation, a platform that we know very well after having worked with Sony for 12 years, but we will also be present on all other relevant platforms.”