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Quantic Dream's new project to be shown at E3

May 28 // Jason Cabral
   @jasondcabral

Sony is looking to make a big splash at E3 this year with help from Quantic Dream founder David Cage. The studio will reveal their next major title during Sony's press conference on Monday June 4th. So far, Cage has only revealed that their next game will be running on technology that powered the GDC 2012 "Kara" short.

No word yet if Cage or Quantic Dream plan on revealing anything about the two yet unnamed projects that their Paris studio is working on.  

Cage's idea around game design and player interactivity are very interesting, not to mention the tech powering his visions is on another level of graphical fidelity. The only concern I have is the story; Cage has a tendency to let his plot get away from him and that's when the story goes from strange to mind-numbingly ridiculous. Let's just hope that being under Sony's all seeing eye will help Cage and Quantic Dream stay on track with their project.

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