French emotion maker David Cage already has "probably my next three games in mind" even though he hasn't blooming finished Beyond: Two Souls yet.
He was talking to GamesIndustry International about choosing ideas for his games.
Said he, words tumbling like tears: "Honestly, I don't know. I actually have probably my next three games in mind. Although I'm full speed on Beyond, I know what I'm doing after it because it's already in development, and I know what I'm doing after that and it probably after that.
"It's great because I have more ideas than I can develop. These ideas come naturally. I don't even need to think about it. It's just that this is how I work. I keep thinking all the time, all the time I'm working.
"And it gives time to ideas really to evolve and to come to a moment where they're ready to be written," he went on. "So it's not like I just finished Beyond - oh my god what am I going to do with the next idea? No, it's something that's matured for a very long time."
Beyond: Two Souls is expected later this year although there's no concrete release date. Actress Ellen Page of Juno fame is main character Jodie Holmes, and it's her ethereal link to a ghost entity called Aidan the story is framed around.
David Cage told Polygon in a recent interview that Beyond: Two Souls won't have quick-time events (QTEs) like his other games did. Beyond will introduce new mechanics that "play more in line with what gamers expect" from a modern action-adventure, he apparently said.
Like Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls will be exclusive to PlayStation 3. Sony may not own developer Quantic Dream but there's evidently a strong relationship between the two of them.
Whether that partnership will continue onto PlayStation 4 remains to be seen. Phil Harrison, the Sony suit accredited with setting up a lot of PS3-exclusive deals, jumped ship to Microsoft. And that may spice things up wonderfully.
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