Quantic Dream's David Cage talked about a potential DLC or sequel for Detroit: become Human. He also said he'd like to do a narrative multiplayer game next.
How would MP even work with his games?
An idea is that there no pause menu to think about your choices. There a small group of players who choices might effect the others, they have the choice to save or kill you(good or evil).
There's absolutely potential there. Either for a long run or more of a stage by stage survival setting.
Everyone’s decisions will have consequences for each other. It’s a great idea actually , a lot you could do with it.
Think Hidden Agenda by Super Massive Games.
@codelyoko "How would MP even work with his games?" If Cage says it´s possible, i belive him. More than that, i´m already interested on what a Cage´s Narrative MP game is about.
Interesting concept, hope it works out
Multiplayer can be fun with choices . I mainly enjoy single player games because most Multiplayer games are grind fests or just so repetitive but this could be done in a way that would be fun . Who knows if it will even happen but I am open to it
Yeah I'll pass. I understand that many enjoy multiplayer, but it just kills any enjoyment I have in a game, at least the types of games I favor. It would need to be something like a fighting game or racer for me to have some level of fun with multiplayer, and even then, couch MP. And in those scenarios, the fun only last for about a hour or so. And I can't justify $60 for 1 hour of fun. I get that it's fun to others, just not my cup of tea at all.
There were like 2 Playlink games already that were narrative driven multiplayer / local coop games... Haven't tried them yet though.
Hum... we started out as freshly built androids at the factory. How many players can escape without getting caught or infiltrate the factory to save others? Or the stand-off part where androids vs humans - oh gawd, Fortnite....
Interesting. I’d definitely support QD with whatever they do next.
Man after Detroit, this guy earned full trust and credits from me. What an amazing game. Still dont understand why this game is so underrated. It was better than any taletell game or dontnod games.
Some people just don't like this style of game. And some sites just put anybody to review any game. if you ask me Should be someone who's into the type of game reviewing it and a clear "buyer beware this game is different than the usual fare" note. If you liked this, You should check out heavy rain, but avoid spoilers at all cost.
I played it back on the ps3 days. I also downloaded couple months ago when it was free on psn. But man, that the game really aged poorly. I'll stick with another playthrough of Detroit.
I agree! I don't understand why Telltale games consistently get great reviews when they have less gameplay and the options you take barely affect the story, but Detroit has branching paths and the entire second half of the game can be different than someone else's game...yet so many people were critical of it. It's a shame.
Wish he would do a game based on his sorcerer demo.
Please don’t Cage your games are a treat specifically because their SP games.
This sounds so horrifically bad that it's good, in the "The Room by Tommy Wiseau" hilarious kinda way. I want it.
A cinematic, multiplayer, story driven, emotional, triple A game? Interesting indeed, I wonder why a dominantly single player developer would want to try a multiplayer type game?
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