Fri, Aug 17, 2012 | 11:49 BST
Remember Me is set to have “a long-term future,” says Capcom
Recently revealed at gamescom 2012, Dontnod’s game looks set to have a long future alongside its publishing partner.
Remember Me is an action-adventure game based around the exploits of Nilin, a female protagonist that must restore her forgotten memories. It originally debuted as a Sony exclusive at gamescom 2011 under the name Adrift. Since then, Capcom picked up the rights, and have been suitably impressed with how the game is progressing.
“When Dontnod showed us their content it really jumped out,” said Capcom’s US and Europe marketing chief Michael Pattison.
“And we couldn’t not work with them. It is to a view that this will be a long-term partnership with them. This is Capcom’s IP. We do intend to work on it for a long time to come.”
“It is something that we see as having a long-term future, and we are investing in accordingly.”
From being dropped to securing a prosperous future, Remember Me has had a hell of a year. The game is set to arrive on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2013. For now, check out the trailer from gamescom 2012.