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Quantic Dream responds to Paris Court of Appeals judgement to “set the record straight”

Quantic Dream, developer of PlayStation exclusives Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human, has posted a new statement stating an investigation has concluded there was no “‘toxic atmosphere’ or any kind of discrimination in the studio” in order to “set the record straight”.

The statement comes after the studio was accused of a hostile work environment and sued by a former employee back in 2018. The victim in the case quit their post due to offensive photoshopped images of employees being circulated at the studio, images of which came to light after a damning joint investigation into toxic workplace culture was undertaken by a team of journalists at French publications Le Monde, Canard PC, and Mediapart.

At the time, Quantic Dream boss David Cage said he was “shocked” by the allegations, and in a statement published to the studio’s Twitter account, Quantic Dream branded the claims by its own staff as “slanderous” and part of a “smear campaign”, and then sued the publications.

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Quantic Dream, developer of PlayStation exclusives Heavy Rain and Detroit: Become Human, has posted a new statement stating an investigation has concluded there was no “‘toxic atmosphere’ or any kind of discrimination in the studio” in order to “set the record straight”.

The statement comes after the studio was accused of a hostile work environment and sued by a former employee back in 2018. The victim in the case quit their post due to offensive photoshopped images of employees being circulated at the studio, images of which came to light after a damning joint investigation into toxic workplace culture was undertaken by a team of journalists at French publications Le Monde, Canard PC, and Mediapart.

At the time, Quantic Dream boss David Cage said he was “shocked” by the allegations, and in a statement published to the studio’s Twitter account, Quantic Dream branded the claims by its own staff as “slanderous” and part of a “smear campaign”, and then sued the publications.

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