With the endless amount of rumors circulating in the gaming press about the “Next Xbox“, “PS4” and even the specs of the Wii U, it’s refreshing to see Quantic Dream’s David Cage basically say, we don’t need ‘em.
In a recent interview with Develop Online, David Cage was asked about the technical limitations of the PlayStation 3, and about “the next generation of consoles,”
“To be honest, I’m not that interested in technology or the next generation of consoles,” Cage said. “If we could continue with PlayStation 3 for another five years it would be fine with me,”
“Are there technical things I can’t do on PS3? Honestly, no,” he claimed. “The limitation is much more about the ideas we have”.
Quantic Dream revealed their new engine at GDC 2012 with their “Kara” demo. The engine is built to run on the PlayStation 3 and will be powering the studio’s next game — a game we hopefully hear more about at E3 in June.
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Source: Develop Online