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David Cage Doesn’t Want You To Know Much About Beyond: Two Souls
In an interview with the European PlayStation blog Quantic Dream president David Cage said he thinks: “There should be no preparation for Beyond. You must go into that game trying to learn as little as possible!”
“Like other game creators, I wish I could say nothing and show nothing, and put a plain black cover on the shelves so that players start the game completely blank, with no information from trailers. This is something that is obviously not possible, unfortunately!”
Speaking about progress on the game – which has not been seen since E3 – Cage commented that: “Development is going very well. Indeed, it’s nice to go to all these shows but we also have to make the game! We’re advancing.”
“It’s always a very critical moment in the development of a game since it’s the first time all the game data is assembled in a complete version. This first version is often not very playable, but it’s the first time you can see the ‘complete’ game as a whole. After that we’ll move onto the beta version, which is when the game really starts to look like the final version.”
“The game is very different from Heavy Rain, probably much more than people can imagine,” he added.
Cage previously commented that he only wants people to play Beyond once.
Beyond: Two Souls is set to be released in 2013 for the PlayStation 3.