Detroit: Become Human Dev Quantic Dream Acquired By NetEase

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Quantic Dream, developer of games such as Detroit: Being Human and Heavy Rain, has been acquired by NetEase Games, one of the largest video game companies in China, whose catalog of games is developed and published by Knives. Out, hella bladepointeven more.

this news comes from a Entry Released today by NetEase which calls Quantic Dream their first studio album in Europe. It’s unclear how much the acquisition will cost NetEase, but the developer-publisher says it will allow the studio to operate independently, with a focus on creating and publishing games while supporting titles developed by third parties. will focus.

“We are thrilled to begin an exciting new phase of growth with Quantic Dream, one that is bound by our shared vision, mutual trust and respect,” NetEase CEO and Director William Ding writes in a press release. “NetEdge will continue to deliver on our promise to support Quantic Dream to realize its full potential. By combining the wild creativity and exceptional narrative focus on Quantic Dream with NetEase’s powerful features, resources and execution capabilities, we believe There are endless possibilities that could redefine the interactive entertainment experience we provide for players around the world.”

You probably recognize Quantic Dream from its previous titles like Detroit: Be Human, beyond two soulsAnd Heavy rainas well as its in-development game star wars eclipse, You may also recognize Quantic Dream as the studio with allegations of abuse, racism, homosexuality and sexism, all of which have been denied by studio leader David Cage. You can read more about those allegations and the legal proceedings that followed. Here,

As noted in the press release, NetEase first invested in Quantic Dream three years before today’s acquisition.

NetEase’s acquisition of Quantic Dream joins a long list of other acquisitions this year. It started with Take-Two Interactive, the parent company behind the Grand Theft Auto series, which announced in January that It was acquiring mobile giant Zynga for about $13 billion, Then, a week later, Microsoft announces it is acquiring Activision BlizzardThe company behind Overwatch and Call of Duty for $68.7 billion. after 2 weeks, Sony reveals it was buying Bungie for $3.6 billion. to imitate, Sony acquires Jed Raymond’s new studio, Heaven StudiosAnd earlier this week, Sony acquires Savage Game Studios To strengthen its PlayStation Studios mobile division.

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