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Detroit: Become Human, reached a new sales milestone on the 4 PlayStation

The latest game from developer Quantic Dream was a great success. Detroit: Become Human, originally released in May 2018, has now passed 3,2 million copies sold. The announcement was made by Quantic Dream ...

David Cage: "the reaction of PC users to Quantic Dream games has been exciting"

In a recent interview the Quantic Dream CEO, David Cage, expressed his enthusiasm for the way in which his studio titles were received by the PC user. Recently in fact Heavy ...
Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human - the teaser trailer for the PC edition arrives

Detroit: Become Human returns with a new teaser trailer to announce the future arrival of the PC version of the game to the world. As the title suggests, Quantic Dream has recently released a teaser trailer to announce the ...

Quantic Dream working on different genres in the future

In an interview given to USGamer microphones, Quantic Dream co-founder Guillaume de Fondaumière said about the company's future: "In the future Quantic Dream will explore genres ...

David Cage on the future of the upcoming Quantic Dream titles

In a recent interview with VG 24 / 7.com, David Cage said: "Except in the rare cases where there are special agreements, all our future games ...

Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain - Hardware requirements published

The system requirements for the recently announced PC versions of Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain are now available. The requirements for Quantic Dream games are listed on the respective pages ...

Detroit Become Human, Beyond and Heavy Rain will arrive on PC via the Epic Games Store

In the past few hours Quantic Dream has announced that for the first time since the 2007 its titles will come from the Sony platforms: Detroit Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain will arrive during ...

Quantic Dream greets Sony, its titles will no longer be exclusive to PlayStation

After the vicissitudes of Quantic Dream, the company announced that it will no longer be linked to Sony and that the next titles will be multiplatform.

Skydance Media Partners With Award-winning Interactive Director Amy Hennig

SANTA MONICA, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Skydance Media has tapped award-winning creative director Amy Hennig (Uncharted) and her executive producer partner Julian Beak to form a new ...

Sony Pictures Entertainment Acquires AT&T Stake in Game Show Network

CULVER CITY, Calif. & DALLAS - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Sony Pictures Entertainment ("SPE") and AT&T Inc. * (NYSE: T) today announced that SPE has acquired AT & T's minority stake in Game ...

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