As promised this morning, Quantic Dream has aired a new tech demo, codenamed Kara, from GDC that will set up the foundations for its next project.
The demo introduces a recently-built android known as Kara as she's assembled and checked before showing unusual behaviour and is dissembled. The video continues seeing her pleading for her life.
The tech is running in real time on a PlayStation 3, although isn't directly taken from a project currently in development at the French developer. Rather, it's a pointer in a similar vein to The Casting tech demo that showed us what effectively became Heavy Rain.
The demo was first shown as part of a GDC session hosted by Quantic co-founder David Cage.
You can watch it above right now, via Eurogamer.
Speaking with the site, Cage admitted that the demo, running from a completely new engine compared to the technology used for Heavy Rain, was finished a year ago. The new engine, according to Cage, only has 50% of its features right now.
"There are people doing more interesting things or different things, perhaps, but I feel we're pretty alone in what we're trying to explore," he said, referring to whatever project the company does have coming next.
"What we're trying to create is really interactive entertainment for an adult audience. We don't pretend that we're cleverer than anyone else - but there are so many games out there that provide limited entertainment, and we try to make something for a more mature audience."
The next Quantic project will be exclusive to Sony.
We'll have an interview with Cage going live tomorrow afternoon.