Quantic Dream's Lisa Pendse also confirms there's no game over scenarios in the game. "Anyone can die, anything can happen, and the story sort of continues."
Despite a few rough edges, Under the Waves is a solid underwater adventure that's worth seeing through to the end.
Parallel Studio and Quantic Dream's narrative adventure game is set to launch for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC later this month.
NetEase-owned Quantic Dream's Dustborn and Lysfanga: The Time Shift Warrior will also be part of the company's Gamescom lineup.
Sources speaking to Insider Gaming claim the title's scope and hiring difficulties could result in it being further off.
Under the Waves has gotten a new trailer at Summer Game Fest, revealing its August 29 release date.
Quantic Dream announces that its narrative adventure title has sold over 8 million units worldwide since releasing in 2018.
A new report sheds light on details on Star Wars Eclipse's story and main characters, while claiming that the game hasn't even entered production yet.
The Detroit: Become Human will continue to operate independently, developing and publishing titles for multiple platforms.
Quantic Dream has announced its next major cinematic narrative adventure. Dubbed Under the Waves, the game takes place completely underwater.
It will reportedly have a behind-the-scenes presentation during the trade but could make an appearance at Gamescom Opening Night Live.
There's a number of games confirmed to be in development right now that'll take us to a galaxy far, far away. Here's what we know about them.
Despite reports of issues, insider AccountNgt says the title will be the "next big game" that Quantic Dream will release.
A new report claims Quantic Dream has been looking for potential buyers since 2018, and that an agreement with NetEase is close to being completed.
Since Star Wars Eclipse's reveal a few months ago, reports have incessantly claimed that its development has run into many issues- what exactly is happening behind-the-scenes?
Additionally, the studio saw a 50% rise in workforce during 2021, which seems to contradict recent reports of recruitment issues.
Recent reports have heavily suggested that issues with production and recruitment at Quantic Dream have led to the game being internally delayed.
Announcing the title early hasn't resulted in development talent being attracted to Quantic Dream, as per insider Tom Henderson.
A new rumour claims that the rumoured unannounced medieval fantasy project is currently set for a cross-gen launch, though plans aren't yet final.
The game apparently also takes inspiration from The Last of Us Part 2 in its storytelling, and from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in its combat.