NetEase has acquired Detroit: Become Human maker Quantic Dream

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Quantic Dream, the developer of narrative video games including Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls.

Heavy Rain, has agreed to be purchased by Chinese game publisher and internet company NetEase.

The purchasing cost was not made public. The agreement is an extension of NetEase's 2019 minority investment in Quantic Dream.

One of the well-known independent video game studios, Quantic Dream, with offices in Paris, has been acquired by NetEase Games, a branch of NetEase Inc.

It specialises in creating games where you must make the proper decisions under intense emotional and dramatic stress—or else you risk losing your loved ones.

The establishment of Quantic Dream as NetEase Games' first studio in Europe under the direction of David Cage

Guillaume de Fondaumière is a significant step toward realising NetEase's goal of becoming a high-end, global developer. More than 250 people work for Quantic Dream.