Earlier this year, Quantic Dream announced that three of its former PlayStation exclusive games would be heading to PC as part of the studio’s initiative to turn multi-platform. Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls have both arrived on PC already, accompanied by demos so that users can check the game out before buying. Now in a few weeks time, Detroit: Become Human will also be coming to PC.
Detroit: Become Human is perhaps Quantic Dream’s best game to date, with a story that switches between multiple key characters and multiple twists and turns along the way. As with the studio’s other titles so far, Detroit will be releasing on the Epic Games Store first, with a release set for the 12th of December.
We don’t know what Quantic Dream is working on for its next big release but we do know that the studio’s platform-exclusive days are officially over. With that in mind, if you enjoy the older games, then you can expect to see future titles also heading to PC in addition to consoles.
Detroit: Become Human will cost £29.99 at release on the Epic Games Store. A Steam release has not been confirmed.
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KitGuru Says: I really enjoyed Detroit: Become Human on PS4, although I’m not sure I’ll be revisiting it for its PC release. Have any of you picked up one of the Quantic Dream games since coming to PC? Will you be looking to play Detroit before the end of the year?