According to the boss of Quantic Dream, David Cage, is happy with his releationship with Sony. The developer most recognized for his groundbreaking work on 2010’s Heavy Rain, has made it clear that he has no plans of leaving Sony. Cage and Quantic Dream saw extreme success with Heavy Rain, and the developer thinks that it’s partly attributable to Sony for their faith in his vision.
Cage had this to say in a recent interview:
“Being a part of a company with what are probably the best studios in the world is something really pleasant for us. We’re happy to continue this relationship and create content for the PlayStation brand. But they fund our projects, so we’re staying exclusive to PlayStation.
I am very loyal in general – or I try to be. I know that trusting me is always a big risk and when people do, I feel like I owe them something. It’s not just because I want to thank them, though. We have a relationship that works, we’re excited by the platform – we think it’s the best platform out there. We’re glad to continue to work this way.”
Cage also addressed the culture of the Sony first party developers and their ability to speak with each other sharing technology and experience:
“We talk about technology, best practice, how we do things – we share experience and expertise. I think that’s of real value for everybody.”
With Quantic Dream hitting the news lately for a recent trademark filing for Fiv5, you can expect that to be exclusive to PlayStation 3.