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Quantic Dream's next game may be called Fiv5


11:40 AM on 03.22.2011
Quantic Dream's next game may be called Fiv5 photo



David "I won some BAFTAs and now I know everything" Cage may be working on a game called Fiv5, if various domain registrations and online profiles are anything to be believed. 

Two URLS -- playseries.net and fiv5.net -- have been discovered by Superannuation, both of them belonging to Quantic Dream. In addition, the studio's LinkedIn page reveals a man called Benoit Goode, a concept artist who provided work for a game listed as Five. 

As if that wasn't enough, SCEE trademarked Fiv5 under "computer and videogame software" last September. 

It's a damning body of evidence, but I don't think this much proof is even needed. It's called Fiv5 ... with a name that pretentious, there's little doubt a certain cheeky Frenchman is behind it.






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