“Yes, of course, there will be a demo,” said David Cage.
“We need to think about it, but I wouldn’t want to spoil the story,” Cage added. “We’ve spent a lot of time working on the story this time; we’ve worked with people from Hollywood, script writers, to really make it just right. And I think it’s a very unusual story for a videogame, so I think people will be quite surprised.”
When asked about expanding the game with downloadable content or future titles, he stated it is possible.
“This is something it’s really too early to talk about, but it’s definitely a possibility,” Cage revealed. “There’s so many possibilities with this thing, because what matters now is just the story you want to tell. Do you have a good story to tell? Then you can do it, because this thing isn’t specific to the series. You can tell any story with this interface, because it’s entirely contextual.”