Quantic Dream announced Star Wars Eclipse in December, and while reports have claimed that the game is still quite a ways off from launch, it’s likely that the studio has other irons in the fire as well. Recent rumours have stated that the developer is working on an interactive narrative-driven dark fantasy title based on their 2013 PS4 tech demo “The Dark Sorcerer”– which we might now have more details on.
Twitter account @accngt has been active with Quantic Dreams leaks of late, and recently shared new potential details on this unannounced project. Apparently, it’s called Dreamland (or at least that’s what its codename is), and is going to be a “humour-based game”- though what exactly that means is anyone’s guess. Similar to previous Quantic Dream games, it’s going to have a non-linear interactive story, which is apparently being written by David Cage.
The leak goes on to claim that the game is farther along in development than the upcoming Star Wars Eclipse, with the core team at Quantic Dream’s Paris studio having been working on it since 2018 or 2019. Allegedly, it’s being developer as a cross-gen game, though the leaker states that this might change due to Quantic Dream’s “new strategy”.
As for when this game will be announced, that remains to be seen. If it’s farther along than Star Wars Eclipse in development, you’d assume that it’s relatively closer to launch as well, so hopefully an announcement isn’t far away.
– Coming to PC aswell
– Based on interactive storytelling
– Medieval Fantasy
– Non-linear storyline
– Story written by David Cage
– In development since 2018/2019
— AccountNGT (@accngt) January 29, 2022