David Cage has told IndustryGamers that trying out the online space is something Quantic Dream would like to sink its teeth into.
Chatting about Heavy Rain and where he plans to go from there, Cage said that there still many stories he would like to tell, but his version of online has nothing to do with World of Warcraft.
“Well, we have definitely discovered something with Heavy Rain, and the market has responded very positively to it, so we want to continue to investigate what it takes to create experiences based on interactive storytelling and emotions for an adult audience,” he said. “I want to write better stories and make them even more interactive with more consequences and tell different types of stories.
“I want to go further. And there are also many interesting changes awaiting us regarding the online space. So this is something we are going to explore in the very near future.
“With each project I try to answer one of several questions. And my goal is that by the end of the project I got my answers. But you know, I’m not going to do online like World of Warcraft.
“I think Heavy Rain is really an important moment for Quantic Dream definitely and maybe other people in the industry. So we’ll try to bring to multiplayer experiences the same change that Heavy Rain was to single-player”.