Domain registrations suggest that the next game from David Cage’s studio Quantic Dream is titled Fiv5.
Twitter sleuth superannuation’s latest discovery is a series of domains registered to the French studio, including playseries.net and fiv5.net.
Quantic Dream’s LinkedIn page reveals one Benoit Goode, a concept artist on a videogame called Five, and another, Infraworld, which was cancelled in 2006 as “the concept did not appeal to publishers,” co-CEO Guillaume de Fondaumiere told Eurogamer at the time.
Further, SCEE appears to have trademarked Fiv5 last September as “computer and videogame software”.
Last week, after Quantic Dream’s 2010 title Heavy Rain won three BAFTA Videogame Awards, Cage told the PlayStation Blog that his next game would “build on what we have discovered with Heavy Rain. We own this genre of interactive drama and we want to show that Heavy Rain was not a coincidence; it is something that makes sense and we can build on it.
“We’re going to be exploring a different direction, which will still be very dark and still for adults, but completely different to Heavy Rain. Our challenge is to satisfy our fans, and also surprise them.”
Last month superannuation uncovered a host of information pertaining to Grand Theft Auto V, under its working title, Rush.