A new trailer for Beyond: Two Souls looks at the game’s downloadable content Advanced Experiments. The DLC is an additional playable scene that puts Jodie and Aiden, her spiritually connected entity, through a 30-minute training session. In the trailer we get a look as some white training rooms, a little reminiscent of those from Portal. … Read more
With all of David Cage’s talk of technology and polygons it seems a bit odd that he decided to put his new game on the less powerful hardware available to him. In an interview with VG247, Cage explains that he and his team decided to put Beyond: Two Souls on the PlayStation 3 over the … Read more
According to the director of the upcoming PS3 exclusive Beyond: Two Souls David Cage, the game cost about €20 million or $27 million to produce. Speaking with Le Figaro, he revealed that the game was entirely funded by Sony. Considering how much technical polish has gone into the game from what has been shown and … Read more
Sony and Quantic Dream has released the new TV spot for the upcoming game Beyond: Two Souls. In it we get a montage of scenes looking over Jodie’s life, from her as a little girl being tested on by Willem Defoe’s character to her missions in an unnamed Africa nation and in the snow. All … Read more
Quantic Dreams have released a number of screenshots for their upcoming game Beyond: Two Souls. All of them show Jodie at various stages in her life in a number of situations, showing the breadth the game will have. A demo for the game will come out on October 1st in North America and on the … Read more
Studio head Guillaume de Fondaumière confirmed to Eurogamer, Quantic Dream has already begun working on its first PlayStation 4 project alongside Beyond: Two Souls. Fondaumière confirmed the PS4 offering will be story-focused and feature a character-driven game style. “Innovation is part of our DNA. We’ve never duplicated ourselves. We never clone ourselves or other people’s projects; we always try to create … Read more
David Cage released a tech demo he’s been working on for sometime. Called Kara, the demo shows off Quantic Dream’s latest advances with PlayStation 3 hardware. The demo features a humanoid Kara and has been built entirely using PS3 in-engine tech. It looks amazing to say the least. You can check it out below.