Quantic Dream Does Not Work with Sony Anymore?

Quantic Dream
Written by Hassan Abbas

At the moment, the studio is looking for a programmer to create and optimize the game engine for future PC projects.

French studio developer of video games Quantic Dream is looking for a PC programmer. This is indicated by a new vacancy on the site to find the work of AFJV, which appeared on June 26. Could this mean that the studio no longer works with Sony?

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Apparently, Quantic Dream requires a specialist in the team of developers to create and optimize the game engine for the PC, which will be used in future AAA projects. One of the main requirements of this vacancy is an excellent knowledge of DirectX 11 or 12th version. In addition, among the pros marks the knowledge of any 3D engine and experience working on the game for consoles.

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This suggests that in the future, probably, we will be able to see the game from Quantic Dream on computers. The French studio is known for its projects in the genre of interactive cinema. Since 2005, the studio is working on exclusive for Sony PlayStation. As part of the cooperation between the two companies came out games such as Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human. The latter, by the way, became the most successful release of Quantic Dream. Two weeks after the release of the game, more than a million of her copies were sold. Detroit: Become Human received high recognition from critics and ordinary gamers.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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